WEBINAR: Aspects of Olive Oil Quality
Possibilities of Analyses and Activities in the Producing Countries
Oct 2019. The cultivation and processing of olives into oil has a millennia-old tradition. Quality begins in the olive grove. When and how carefully the olives are harvested and processed in the mill, however, has a decisive influence on the later quality of the olive oil. At the end there is the storage of the olive oil. Moreover, olive oil is also one of the most frequently adulterated foods in the European Union and the possibilities for fraudsters are manifold.
In this webinar, Eurofins olive oil expert Nadja Liebmann will show you which factors have an effect on the quality of olive oil and how analytical methods can help to track down adulterations.
- Factors influencing olive oil quality (cultivation, production, bottling and storage)
- Analytical detection methods for quality and adulteration
- Conclusions on quality optimisation and assurance
At the end of the webinar there will be time for your individual questions.
Business Development Fats & Oils/Olive Oil
Eurofins Analytik GmbH
The nutritionist, born in 1980, studied at the Friedrich Schiller University in Jena. Her great interest in the nutrient oil solidified on Helgoland where she researched fatty acid spectra of North Sea diatoms during her diploma thesis. Nadja Liebmann has been working for Eurofins in the oil and fat sector since 2005. Here she advises trade customers and producers on all aspects of oil quality, from harvest to sale. She is a member of the German Olive Oil Panel and Eurofins Olive Oil Panel, head of the DGF working group "Native Edible Oils & Olive Oil", member of the DGF working group "Product Safety", and DLG expert for oil.
In this webinar you will learn about the various influences on the sensory and chemical quality of olive oil and how it is measured. In this way, you will learn how to better evaluate and optimise your product.
Data at a Glance
Webinar: Aspects of Olive Oil Quality – Possibilities of Analyses and Activities in the Producing Countries
When: 29 October 2019, 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. CET
Price: 95,00 Euro plus statutory VAT
The number of participants is limited. Register today!