Most heat-resistant micro–organism of those that may potentially develop and cause product spoilage. Its thermal death time curve should be used to determine the most suitable heat sterilisation or pasteurisation treatment for each product. Propionic bacteria are taken as the reference micro–organisms for table olives, for which the equation of the thermal death time is defined by a reference temperature equal to 62.4 ºC and a z curve of 5.25.
IOC PhD scholarships
MADRID / 13.07.2020
As part of its technical cooperation and training programme for 2020, the International Olive Council (IOC) plans to award four (4) scholarships for PhD students from IOC member countries. The objective of these scholarships...
IOC donation to the Sovereign Order of Malta
MADRID / 02.07.2020
The Executive Director has donated some sample olive oils to the Foundation of the Order of Malta in Spain to be used in the Order’s kitchens to care for the homeless and people pushed to society’s fringes. This...
CALL FOR PROPOSALS FOR THE AWARD OF GRANTS TO CARRY OUT ACTIVITIES TO PROMOTE OLIVE OIL AND TABLE OLIVES IN MEMBER COUNTRIES
CALL FOR PROPOSALS FOR THE AWARD OF GRANTS APPLICATION FORM AGREEMENT EXCLUSION CRITERIA FORM