On 1 January 2017 the new International Agreement on Olive Oil and Table Olives, 2015, came into force, being the sixth International Agreement of the Organisation. This new Agreement will allow the IOC to continue apace in helping to bring about the harmonious, lasting development of the world olive and olive oil sector. Several features mark this Agreement out from its predecessors, namely in that it facilitates the participation of importer countries and it establishes a modified formula for calculating participation shares, which is intended as an incentive for consumer countries to join
LABORATORIES AND PANELS UPDATE LIST
MADRID / 16.01.2022
The IOC Executive Secretariat, through the Standardisation and Research Unit, has updated the lists of laboratories and panels recognised by the International Olive Oil Council on the basis of decisions taken by the Council...
IOC TRAINEESHIP, LAST CALL ON JANUARY 22
Madrid / 15.01.2022
The deadline to send in applications for the latest round of traineeships at the IOC is 22 January 2022. The scheduled start date is 16 February 2020. Notices for the following traineeship was published on the IOC website on...