Articles about olive oil prices
Turkey Fears Backlash in Local and Foreign Markets with Higher Prices
Producers worry that higher prices might cause local consumers and buyers in foreign markets to stay away from Turkish olive oil.
Olive Farmers in Tunisia Lament Price Drop Despite Climb in Oil Prices
The union of farmers in Sfax, Tunisia called for swift action to regulate the export price of olives.
Olive Oil Prices Soar, Consumption Slides in Latest Report
The International Olive Council (IOC) reported an expected 38 percent drop in olive oil production and sharply higher prices for extra virgin olive oil.
Bucking the Trend: Why Olive Oil Prices in Greece are Falling
The latest reports on pricing for bulk sales of extra virgin olive oil in Greece show a steep decline as olive oil prices surge elsewhere. How can it be?
Olive Council Warns of ‘Standstill’ if Prices Get Too High
Jean-Louis Barjol answered questions at the University of Jaén concerning a potential slowdown in olive oil consumption.
Andalusia Boasts Record Olive Oil Exports Amidst Drought
While Andalusia celebrates record numbers for olive oil exports in the first half of 2014, a drought is forecast to cripple next year's numbers.
Blight Continues to Threaten Olive Crops in Italy
Widespread bacterial infection has already destroyed thousands of olive trees across Italy’s Puglia region.
Drought Threatens Consumer Olive Oil Prices in the U.S. and Abroad
Severe drought in California and Spain will reduce production and drive up prices, according to industry analysts.
Farmgate Prices Up 20 Percent in Spain
Prices are trending upward on predictions of a significant decrease in production for the upcoming campaign in Andalusia.
What’s Going On with Olive Oil Prices in Spain?
Prices should have remained lower in these weeks because, even though the outputs are good and packers have enough stock for the next two months.
Spanish Olive Oil Prices Rebound
Prices in the Spanish market for all major olive oil categories have rebounded as the industry anticipates record levels of production and solid exports.
Argentine Olive Oil Producers Face Poor Harvest, Low Prices
Poor harvest and an international market flooded with Spanish product, have forced a number of olive oil producers in Argentina to close shop.
Fines Against Olive Oil Futures Market Revealed
Serious breaches, including market manipulation, by the Madrid-based Olive Oil Futures Market were revealed today in a Spanish government bulletin.