Olive exports continue to grow, with 15% more than in 2016

Exports of olive oil maintain their growth trend, as evidenced by the market data of olive oil for July, recently published by MAPAMA and that reflectes the good commercial rite that stems from this fact. Specifically, the total marketing in the tenth month of this campaign is 1,205,300 tonnes, 4.4% higher than the average of the last four seasons and 5% over the previous season.

The olive exporters, in a complicated situation, due to the high prices at origin

Opinion article in which Rafael Pico, director of the Spanish Association of the Industry and Exports of Olive Oil (Asoliva) assesses the situation of Spanish exports of olive oil for e-Comercio Agrario (ECA).

Expoliva 2017 growth forecasts are confirmed, surpassing the visits of the previous edition

The balance of numbers of the latest edition of Expoliva has surpassed the initial expectations, already optimistic, confirming its hegemony as a reference fair for the olive sector in the international field, with an influx of visits between 52,000 and 54,000 people and the presence of the 57 olive oil producing countries.

April breaks with the tonic of strong growth and sales of olive oil, which fell by 30%

April has meant an important gap in the trend of strong growth that in the previous six months have been experiencing the market outflow of olive oil. Thus olive oil sales in this month have fallen by 30%, as confirmed by the packers and exporters of olive oil from Spain, (ANIERAC and ASOLIVA), with data made public by the Food Information and Control Agency (AICA).

The high oleic production in January points to a delay of the campaign

The high olive production registered in the olive oil market bulletin, with data published on 31st January, which has recently been published by the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Food and Environment (MAPAMA), indicates the delay that has occurred in the harvest during this year, caused by the climatic conditions of the previous spring and summer. Due to this, we will have to wait to know the production of the next months to know the global number of this campaign.

The internationalization and the olive oil of high range lead the World Olive Oil Exhibition

The World Olive Oil Exhibition (WOOE), World Meeting of Olive Oil to be held in Madrid-IFEMA on March 29th and 30th, 2017, will focus on high-end olive oil, represented by a large variety of Companies and entities around the world, such as the Regulatory Council of Mallorca, Borges, Agroland (Uruguay), Arzuaga Navarro or the cooperative El Progreso. Internationalization is the main objective of this meeting, which seeks to foster business opportunities and strengthen the presence in third country markets.