Over the past 25 years, world table olive consumption has seen a 2.7-fold increase, rising by 169.4 pc from 1990/91 to 2014/15. This trend is illustrated in Chart 1 where it can be seen that consumption has increased the most in the member countries of the IOC, which are the top producers. In some cases, consumption has climbed on the back of sharp increases in production, for instance in Egypt where table olive consumption has soared from 11 000 t in 1990/91 to 320 000 t in 2014/15
100th anniversary of the Agricultural University of Athens
MADRID / 29.10.2020
The International Olive Council joined the Agricultural University of Athens to celebrate its 100th anniversary by organising the advanced course on hygiene control and quality management in the table olive industry. Both...
MADRID / 27.10.2020
The IOC and the Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Zaragoza (IAMZ) have planned to organise an advanced course on Monitoring and Surveillance of Olive Pathogens in 2020. Given the pandemic, they felt that, for safety...
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