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Professional Association Directory


The Olive Oil Source is pleased to provide this Professional Association Directory to the olive oil community. This information is provided as a service by The Olive Oil Source. It does not imply an endorsement of the associations or any of their products or services. For more information, please contact the associations directly. To add a resource to this directory, write to

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agAccess Information Service

Business consulting and market research services for growers and the agribusiness industry, food processing and food marketing companies, commodity associations and agricultural cooperatives.

AgribusinessOnline is a free market intelligence and technical information service for agribusiness professionals.

AgricultureAgriFoodCanada.gif Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) provides information, research and technology, and policies and programs to achieve security of the food system, health of the environment and innovation for growth.

agrolive.jpg Agrolive

Agrolive was established with the goal of creating a high quality, state-of-the-art olive oil industry. Our complete range of professional, technical and horticultural services is available to assist you whether you're an individual grower or a shareholder in a large syndicate.

aft_logo.jpg American Farmland Trust

American Farmland Trust is committed to protecting the nation's best farm and ranch land and improving the economic viability of agriculture. During the past 28 years, AFT helped to stimulate the creation of 27 state-level farmland protection programs, as well as countless local ordinances and programs that give landowners the tools they need to keep their land in farming. We've been the catalyst for unprecedented levels of funding for federal programs that protect farmland and improve the environment. AFT works with federal, state and local leaders and communities to develop legislation, implement policies and execute programs that keep farmers on their land and protect our environment.

aiwflogo.jpg American Institute of Wine and Food (AIWF)

The American Institute of Wine & Food is a 501© (3) non-profit organization and public charity founded on the premise that gastronomy is essential to the quality of human existence. The AIWF was established in 1981 by the late Robert Mondavi, the late Julia Child, the late Richard Graff and others to provide a forum for the study and enjoyment of gastronomy. The AIWF is dedicated to promoting health and well-being through the enjoyment of good food and drink and fellowship that comes from dining together around the table. The American Institute of Wine & Food is one of the few national organizations with the unique combination of dedicated wine and food enthusiasts and professionals. Wine and food enthusiasts get to meet and learn from renowned chefs, winemakers, authors, culinary historians, and food producers, while industry professionals have the opportunity to know and understand their core consumers. Today, the organization has 25 chapters with 4,000 members in the United States.

AOCS_logo.jpg American Oil Chemists' Society (AOCS)

AOCS is a global professional scientific society for all individuals and corporations with interest in the fats, oils, surfactants, detergents and related materials fields.

ASlogo.jpg Asoliva, Olive Oil from Spain

ASOLIVA, the Spanish Olive Oil Exporters Association, is a non-profit private entity created in September 1977, although it has existed with different names since 1928.

hof.gif Association Francaise Interprofessionnelle de l'Olive

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acwa_logo.jpg Association of California Water Agencies

Since ACWA was founded in 1910, representing and providing key services to members has been ACWA’s most important charge. From legislation, to regulatory activity, to broad policy issues, ACWA is on the front lines in Sacramento and in Washington, D.C. as a constant and respected advocate for California’s public water agencies. ACWA’s involvement at the state and federal level has helped shape laws and policies that affect ACWA member agencies and their customers.