American olive

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Noun1.American olive - small tree of southern United States having panicles of dull white flowers followed by dark purple fruits
genus Osmanthus, Osmanthus - widely distributed genus of evergreen shrubs or trees of southern United States and Middle East and China and Japan
tree - a tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown; includes both gymnosperms and angiosperms
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Most of the spider populations in European and American olive groves belong to the family of Linyphiidae (Nieuwenhuys, 2010).
government does not regulate the labeling of virgin and extra virgin olive oil, so you want to check for a label from the North American Olive Oil Association (NAOOA), which tests olive oils to ensure label claims are true.
Tentative speakers include Maria Reyes of KeHe Distributors; David Neuman of Gaea Olive Oil North America; Eryn Balch of the North American Olive Oil Association; Paul Miller, president, Australian Olive Association; Mary Flynn, professor at Brown University; and Richard Cantrill, of the American Oil Chemist Society.
According to the American Olive Oil Producers Association, California producers arranged farm tours for federal investigators.
(For more information, see the North American Olive Oil Association's proposed standards at
That windfall may have been an American olive branch to Iran--extended via Turkey--to persuade its leaders to continue backchannel negotiations with the United States, which reportedly began as early as July 2012.
Fifteen years ago, household penetration of olive oil was just over 30 percent in the United States, says Eryn Balch, executive vice president for the North American Olive Oil Association, Neptune, N.J.
Following lobbying efforts from American olive oil producers, a proposal is being considered to introduce physical inspections of all olive oil imports.
"It's good news for consumers," said Bob Bauer, president of the North American Olive Oil Association, which sought the qualified health claim on Aug.
In the wake of research from the University of California at Davis Olive Center calling into question the quality of imported olive oil, the North American Olive Oil Association (NAOOA) fired back that the report was based on "rejected chemical tests and subjective taste analyses organized and conducted by organizations aligned with Australian and California agricultural interests to try to discredit importers of products with proven track records of consistent quality."
Annual sales of olive oil in the United States have grown 15 to 25 percent or more for over 10 years, according to various estimates, and the North American Olive Oil Association cites a 16 percent share of the salad/cooking oil market in the US for last year.

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