Articles about import/export
Tunisian Producer Gets $26M Loan from IFC
Conditionnement des Huiles d’Olive (CHO) has received a loan package of $26 million from the International Finance Corporation.
‘Believe in Olive Oil’ Campaign to Launch in Japan
The IOC campaign aims to promote olive oil and its health benefits while introducing new flavors for use in traditional Japanese cuisine.
Plans for an Exporters Consortium in Algeria
The proposed consortium is expected to offer members the possibility to collaborate in order to increase productivity, improve quality, boost exports, control prices, and enhance their power of negotiation.
Russian Olive Oil Imports Slip
After steady growth over the past 15 years, Russian olive oil imports are lower in year-to-date figures released by the International Olive Council.
Tunisian Olive Sector Benefits from Japanese Cooperation Project
A Japanese development project underway in Tunisia aims to support the development of olive oil products and promote the export of Tunisian olive oil.
Olive Oil Consumption in Italy Slides to 25-Year Low
Italy and Spain are neck and neck for the top spot in total olive oil consumption, according to a report today by the International Olive Council.
Turks Import Olive Oil to Satisfy Local Demand
Turkish olive oil companies are importing olive oil from abroad to make up for shortages in the domestic market.
Spain Dominates Booming American Market for Bulk Olive Oil
Bulk olive oil imports are replacing prepackaged shipments, according to figures released today by the International Olive Council (IOC).
Turkish Olive Oil’s Indian Ambitions
A Turkish delegation took part in Food Hospitality World in Mumbai to develop the potential of this new market. The goal of Turkey is to take the 25% of olive oil imports market share in the Asian country.
Europe Increases Tunisia’s Export Quotas
The European Commission adopted a regulation adjusting the monthly quota for olive oil exports from Tunisia to the EU.
Last Year’s Huge Spanish Crop Led to Higher U.S. Imports in Latest Tally
Imports to the U.S. rose last season due to the strong output by Spain, which challenged Italy as America's leading olive oil supplier.
Indian Importers Face Higher Duties
The higher tariffs following poor olive harvests in Spain and Italy paint a dire picture for importers and consumers who can expect higher retail prices.
Turkey’s Olive Oil Exports Fall by Half
Producers are holding on to their stocks with expectations that prices will rise following the poor harvests in Italy and Spain.