I know, I know, it's a facetious headline, but this olive oil made by Arabs, Jews, Bedouins and Druze in northern Israel is clearly a step in the right direction. As well as the cool bridge-building aspect, the oil - dubbed PeaceOil - should taste good since it's harvested from organic Suria olives. It doesn't yet have organic certification (such as a Soil Associaton badge) but it plans to get certified in 2007. You can get yours for £10 a bottle via a crazy retro-tech known as a phone: the number's 0207 435 6500. These shops also stock it. Update: you can invest in PeaceOil's business for £25 at Good Gifts.