Olive that has lost its natural shape through disease or malformation.
Olive that has shrunk naturally on the tree or subsequently by placement in a highly concentrated brine solution, dry salt or any other authorised treatment.
Minor superficial abrasion of the skin of the olive, mainly occurring during hand picking.
Olive with round blotches on the pores of the skin similar in appearance to flea bites.
Olive that occasionally remains small and wrinkles naturally on the tree.
Fruits harvested during the ripening period, prior to colouring and when they have reached normal size.