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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 listing@oliveoilsource.com.

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ads_logo.gif Association of Dressings and Sauces

The Association for Dressings and Sauces is an international trade association of salad dressing, mayonnaise, mustard and other condiment sauce manufacturers and their suppliers.

ANZOOA_logo.jpg Australian & New Zealand Olivegrower and Processor

This full-colour journal provides all in the olive industry with an abundance of practical information to assist in the production of quality olive products for domestic and discerning export markets.

aoa_logo.jpg Australian Olive Association

The Australian Olive Association was incorporated in 1993. Its members are importers of olive oil who have joined together with the common aim of ensuring that Australian consumers are supplied with top quality olive oil products in a fair and competitive market. The Association also cooperates with other organisations - such as the Australian Olive Association - that aim to foster the growth and development of the olive oil industry.

biocycle_logo.png BioCycle Journal

Published since 1960, BioCycle is America’s foremost magazine on composting and organics recycling.

British Olive Growers Association

A fledgling network of olive growers in the UK who are striving to produce olives commercially in Britain. Our goal is to provide support and offer advice to olive growers in the UK. Where possible we hope to collaborate with and draw on the expertise of international olive industry associations and specialists to support trials of commercial olive production in Britain. For more information, contact Neil Davy: neil@huggitsfarmolives.com

ccof_logo2.jpg California Certified Organic Farmers (CCOF)

CCOF promotes and supports organic food and agriculture through a premier organic certification program, trade support, producer and consumer education and political advocacy. From apples to zucchini, from almonds to wine, CCOF is involved in every facet of organics, with over 750 different organic crops and products, including livestock, processed products and services.

CDFA_logo.png California Department of Food and Agriculture

The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA), is a cabinet-level agency in the government of California. Established in 1919 by the California State Legislature and signed into law by Governor William Stephens, the Department of Food and Agriculture is responsible for ensuring the state's food safety, the protection of the state's agriculture from invasive species, and promoting the California agricultural industry.

cfbf_logo.jpg California Farm Bureau Federation

The California Farm Bureau Federation is a non-governmental, non-profit, voluntary membership California corporation that’s purpose is to protect and promote agricultural interests throughout the state of California and to find solutions to the problems of the farm, the farm home and the rural community.

cfwc_logo.jpg California Farm Water Coalition

The California Farm Water Coalition was formed in 1989 in the midst of a six-year drought. CFWC was formed to increase public awareness of agriculture’s efficient use of water and promote the industry’s environmental sensitivity regarding water.

clfp_logo.jpg California League of Food Processors

CLFP is devoted primarily to furthering the interests of the food processing industry before the State Legislature and regulatory agencies, and is also a major representative for the California industry at the Federal level. CLFP's purpose is to foster a favorable environment for the growth and strength of the industry within the state. In doing so, California processors can continue to provide consumers with safe and wholesome food produced in an environmentally sound and responsible manner.