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  • Does extra virgin olive oil reduce the risk of breast cancer?

    Does extra virgin olive oil reduce the risk of breast cancer? | iloveaceite Does extra virgin olive oil reduce the risk of breast cancer? | iloveaceite

    KC: Research regarding olive oil’s beneficial relationship to heart health is strong, but is still limited regarding cancer risk. You may have heard about the Spain-based PREDIMED study, where women who got the greatest proportion of their calories from extra virgin olive oil had a lower risk of breast cancer than those with the least. In this and other studies showing possible lower risk though, there are many caveats, including that some studies were very small or did not adjust for important risks like alcohol. AICR’s comprehensive continuous update project (CUP) on breast cancer prevention so far has not identified olive oil as protective.

    Extra virgin olive oil contains high levels of tocopherols (compounds related to Vitamin E that may offer protective effects) and natural plant compounds called polyphenols. In laboratory studies, these compounds are studied for their potential to reduce DNA damage, decrease cancer cell growth, and increase the self-destruction of cancer cells.

    In studies where olive oil is associated with reduced breast cancer in humans, it reflects a greater proportion of calories coming from olive oil. That’s important, since simply adding calories could lead to weight gain, and overweight increases risk of postmenopausal breast cancer (and ten other cancers). One more key point: when greater olive oil consumption links with lower cancer risk, it may be because it tends to go hand in hand with overall healthy eating that includes more vegetables and other healthful plant foods. Olive oil is a great choice, but research provides much stronger support for the importance of an overall eating pattern with mostly plant foods and healthy weight than your choice of oil.

    What is the difference between pure olive oil, light olive oil, virgin olive oil and extra virgin olive oil?

    KC: In the United States we categorize olive oils into extra virgin (sometimes referred to as EVOO), virgin, light and classic (pure) olive oil. All these oils are made by extracting the juice of olives. All olive oils, like any other fat, contain about 120 calories per tablespoon. Extra virgin olive oil is the first product of the extraction process, and thus has the strongest flavor and aroma of the three types. Virgin olive oil is also from the first pressing but is of slightly lower quality. Light olive oil refers to the absence of flavor, which makes it appropriate for dishes that would otherwise clash with the stronger flavored oils. Classic or pure olive oil typically results from a mixture of virgin olive oil and refined oil. Nutritionally, the fat in all three types of olive oil is mainly monounsaturated fat (MUFA). When MUFA is substituted for saturated fat, it lowers LDL (“bad”) cholesterol without reducing HDL (“good”) cholesterol. Studies linking greater use of olive oil with lower risk of heart disease generally don’t look at specific types of olive oil. However, both heart health and other possible health benefits may also relate to anti-inflammatory, antioxidant benefits of several natural compounds in olive oil. Extra virgin oil offers the most potential health benefits because it is the least processed and retains more of these compounds, including squalene, polyphenols and tocopherols (related to vitamin E).

    Karen Collins, MS, RDN, CDN, FAND / American Institute for Cancer Research

    Source: American Institute For Cancer Research

    Read: US olive oils Grades and standards

  • El crédito documentario y su uso en el comercio exterior

    El crédito documentario y su uso en el comercio exterior | iloveaceite export import El crédito documentario y su uso en el comercio exterior | iloveaceite

    Mediante un Taller Práctico, se analizarán los principales elementos del crédito documentario, poniendo de manifiesto sus distintas perspectivas:

    1. Medio de pago

    2. Instrumento de financiación empresarial

    3. Instrumento de garantía de las operaciones de cobro/pago

    y analizando la práctica bancaria asociada a esta herramienta clave de las transacciones comerciales internacionales.

    Programa

    09:45 h. Registro de asistentes

    10:00 h. Crédito Documentario / Carta de Crédito

    Características generales
    Marco internacional aplicable: reglas de la CCI UCP600 y eUCP600
    Funcionamiento del crédito documentario como medio de pago
    El crédito documentario como instrumento de financiación y garantía
    Práctica bancaria (ISBP)
    Caso práctico y recomendaciones para empresa exportadora e importadora
    D. David Pelegrín Terradellas
    Miembro de la Comisión Bancaria de la Cámara de Comercio Internacional

    13:15 h. Fin del taller

    (** Se realizará una pausa de 15 minutos mediada la exposición**)

    Lugar de celebración:

    Cámara de Comercio, Industria y Servicios de Madrid
    Plaza de la Independencia nº 1 - 28001 Madrid

    Inscripciones:

    Cuota general: 125 euros
    Cuota reducida (segundas y sucesivas inscripciones de una misma empresa): 100 euros
    Cuota reducida (empresas Club Cámara Madrid): 100 euros primera inscripción y 90 euros segundas y sucesivas inscripciones

    Forma de Pago: Transferencia bancaria a la c/c ES56 0030 1001 38 0004794271, indicando como referencia el número 4470
    Reserva de plaza: Se efectuará tras el envío de justificante bancario al nº de fax: 91 538 36 43/76 o a la dirección de correo: cex.informacion@camaramadrid.es
    Plazas limitadas

    BOLETÍN DE INSCRIPCIÓN

  • Los aceites de oliva en la República Checa, ganan terreno

    Seven breast cancer-busting foods

    En la República Checa existe una creciente demanda de aceites de oliva frente a otras materias grasas y su cuota de mercado ha aumentado un 7% en los últimos años. La calidad va ganando importancia y el valor de las ventas se incrementó un 2% en 2014.

    La República Checa posee una economía altamente desarrollada, con un PIB per capita de 82% del promedio de la Unión Europea y una renta per cápita de 27 276 dólares.

    En el año 2009, la República Checa tenía una población de 10.501.197 de habitantes y la esperanza de vida es de 70,4 años.

  • Some popular INCOTERMS

    Incoterms | iloveaceite export import

    The Incoterms rules or International Commercial Terms are a series of pre-defined commercial terms published by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). They are widely used in International commercial transactions or procurement processes.

    Some popular Incoterms

    EXW (Ex Works)

    EXW means that the seller fulfills his obligation to deliver when he has made the goods available at his premises to the buyer. In particular, he is not responsible for loading the goods on the vehicle provided by the buyer or for clearing the goods for export, unless otherwise agreed. The buyer bears all costs and risks involved in taking the goods from the seller's premises to the desired destination. This term thus represents the minimum obligation for the seller.

    FOB (Free on Board)

    FOB means that the seller fulfills his obligation to deliver when the goods have passed over the ship's rail at the named port of shipment. This means that the buyer has to bear all costs and risks of loss of or damage to the goods from that point.The FOB term requires the seller to clear the goods for export.

    CIF (Cost, Insurance and Freight)

    CIF means that the seller delivers the goods on board the vessel or procures the goods already so delivered. The risk of loss of or damage to the goods passes when the goods are on board the vessel. The seller must contract for and pay the costs and freight necessary to bring the goods to the named port of destination. The seller also contracts for insurance cover against the buyer’s risk of loss of or damage to the goods during the carriage. The buyer should note that under CIF the seller is required to obtain insurance only on minimum cover. Should the buyer wish to have more insurance protection, it will need either to agree as much expressly with the seller or to make its own extra insurance arrangements.

  • Importing Spanish olive oil to the US market

    ILOVEACEITE uses San Antonio as its base in the United States ILOVEACEITE uses San Antonio (Texas) as its base in the United States

    ILOVEACEITE US, Inc is American importer of Spanish olive oils based in San Antonio (Texas). Works with distributors, wholesalers, retailers and foodservice companies in the US market. ILOVEACEITE deliveries their imported products directly even to restaurants, shops, caterings, etc.

    ILOVEACEITE® reflects the heritage of an entire generation of producers since 1950, they came to Peal de Becerro (Jaén /Spain) from the hand of Francisco Ortega, Fernando´s grandfather, our company founder.

    'We are Spanish producers and truly passionate about our extra virgin olive oil, healthy style of life and the ‘Mediterranean identity’ it represents' said Fernando Ortega. President of ILOVEACEITE US.

    iloveaceite US, inc | Importing Spanish olive oil to the United States market ILOVEACEITE | Importing Spanish olive oil to the US market

    ILOVEACEITE US, Inc was founded with the following key objectives:

    Strengthen the perception of olive oil as a recognized contributor to the Mediterranean identity through our continuous support and sponsorship. This will stimulate local development and strengthen economic and social links across all cultural aspects in our production area.

    Create, coordinate, manage, develop and implement communication strategies, to market olive oil, its derivatives and related products in domestic and international markets.

    Import and distribute extra virgin olive oil and related products in the domestic (United States) market.

    Plan, manage and execute online and offline marketing plans and strategies with olive oil, its derivatives and related products in the domestic and international markets.

    ILOVEACEITE US strengs

    - As producers 'we provide (PDO/no PDO) extra virgin olive oil, virgin olive oil, even organic extra virgin olive oil. We work with a wide range of sizes, differents materials packaged with our brands or private labels'.

    - With our many years of international experience, as American importer 'we can suply our extra virgin olive oil where and how our costumers want to. Efficiency, solvency, guarantee and quality products have allowed us to export olive olil from Spain to more than 20 countries such China, Ghana, Honduras, Paraguay, Ukraine, Dominican Republic, Peru, India, Poland, Belgium, Japan, South Africa, France, Germany, Austria, Ireland among others'.

    - As producers, traders, exporters and American importers 'we control the entire process of our products from the olive tree to our costumer table'.

    ILOVEACEITE is moving to San Antonio at a time when American demand for olive oil is growing and Texas is developing an olive industry of its own. Orchards are springing up in the Hill Country and a belt of land just south of San Antonio, but Ortega said 'there is room in the market and on store shelves for his product, which has been noted for its quality'.

    ILOVEACEITE® specializes in the production, trade, export and import of 100% natural extra virgin olive oil from Spain to the United States market,  also provides additional products through its online store such as gifts, mugs, T-Shirts, and olive oil based balms.

    Contact us

    ILOVEACEITE US, Inc.

    203 South Saint Mary's Street #160
    San Antonio, Texas TX 78205
    United States
    Ph: 210.209.8737

    email: infousa(at)iloveaceite.com

  • SIAL China 2016: see you in Shanghai

    SIAL China 2015 | iloveaceite news

    SIAL China 2016 will take place in Shanghai from May 5th to 7th at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre. Spanish food and beverage companies are getting ready to show their high quality food products.

    SIAL China is one of Asia’s most important food and beverage fairs. The Spanish Federation of Food and Beverage Industries (FIAB), in collaboration with the Economic and Commercial Office of the Embassy of Spain in Shanghai are in charge of the Spanish pavilion at this annual fair, which will provide a showcase for some of Spain’s wonderful gastronomic products, including olive oil, fish and wines.

    It will feature more than 2.900 exhibitors, 126.000 square meters, 11 exhibition halls, and at least 66.000 professional visitors

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