Final conference report

March 11 2021

This report summarises the final conference of the OLEUM project, which presented the main findings of the project to key target stakeholders (academia, olive oil industry, staff of public and private laboratories, regulatory authorities, general public).

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Report on the OLEUM updating workshops

December 28 2020

This report summarises the workshops that have been held during the OLEUM project to update and close the gap in the current knowledge in legislation and regulation, analysis, harmonisation and coordination, consumer and market confidence.

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Report on the suitability of Reference Materials in the training and monitoring of panellists

January 15 2020

The Panel test is both a qualitative and quantitative method, since its application results in the classification of samples based on the median of the predominant defect and the presence or not of the fruity attribute. For its use, it is necessary that tasters must be correctly trained and supervised for correct classification of samples and for correct recognition of the intensities of perceived attributes.

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Report on the sustainability of the OLEUM Network

September 02 2019

In this report, the sustainability of the OLEUM Network has been discussed. Two key factors were given attention: motivation of the OLEUM Network participants and the involvement of organisations that can host/sustain the network.

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List of existing databases on olives and olive oils

April 30 2017

One objective of the OLEUM project is to establish an open access databank to store not only the information generated by the OLEUM consortium but also to be interoperable with already existing databases related to the characterisation of the olive tree germplasm and olive oils. This report summarises information on existing databases related to Olea europaea mainly curated in Europe but also in other part of the world.

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Developing the OLEUM visual identity and website

February 28 2017

This report summarises the development of the project’s visual identity and graphic charter, including the logo and communication templates, to ensure a common graphic/visual line to be easily recognised among external stakeholders.

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