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In our broad scope of work, we stand out for our specialization in the intermediation and sale of olive oil, establishing solid connections between the markets of Spain, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Tunisia and Morocco. Our comprehensive approach encompasses every aspect of the commercial process, from careful price management to complete export logistics, ensuring that our clients receive solutions tailored to their specific needs in the ever-challenging olive oil market.

We are proud to offer a wide range of services designed to take your products to the next level, both domestically and internationally. Our experienced and dedicated team takes care of every detail, ensuring flawless execution at every stage of the process. From careful selection of the best products to efficient coordination of export logistics, you can rely on our experience and dedication to ensure the success of your products in the global market.

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It is the second largest producer of olive oil in the world, after Spain, and the first exporter of bottled olive oil. Packaged Italian oils represent 74% of US demand, 72% of Canadian demand, and 59% of Japanese demand. These data demonstrate why Italy is identified abroad with olive oil.

The most important olive-growing provinces in Italy are: Apulia and Calabria, which concentrate almost 70% of the country’s total production. Sicily represents 8.1%, Tuscany 2.8% and Lazio 4.3%. It has numerous varieties of olives for the production of olive oil.


Greece, with its distinguished reputation in the production of olive oil, is proudly positioned as the third largest producing country in the world, contributing approximately 15% of global production, surpassed only by Spain and Italy. This achievement not only highlights its significant contribution to the global supply of olive oil, but also underlines its importance on the international scene as a key player in the olive industry.

Greece in the world of olive oil goes beyond mere production. Despite their notable production, it is fascinating to discover that the Greeks are the main consumers of virgin olive oil in the European Union and globally.


Portugal occupies a prominent position among the top ten olive oil producing countries worldwide. In addition, it has an exceptional diversity of approximately 30 native olive tree varieties, meticulously adapted to the climatic conditions and the different regions of the country. These varieties, many of which exhibit significant productions, offer a rich range of individual characteristics in terms of yield, alternation cycle, adaptability and organoleptic profiles in olive oil. Portugal’s vast olive heritage not only reflects its deep-rooted tradition in olive oil production, but also its continued dedication to diversity and excellence in product quality.


Morocco is traditionally one of the largest producers of olive oil and table olives in the Mediterranean basin. It is the eighth world producer of olive oil, after Spain and Italy among others.

It has an ideal climate for olive grove culture: mild winters and hot, dry summers. The olive-producing lands (Taounate, Taza, Fez, Meknes, Bini Mellal and Marrakech) are rich and deep and generally with a balanced composition of clay and sand. The olive tree harvesting campaign in Morocco runs from November to January.

More than 90% of Moroccan olive oil is produced from the “Picholine” olive, recognized worldwide for its fruity aroma.


Tunisia is among the list of the ten largest olive oil producers in the world. Olive oil constitutes a main sector of the Tunisian economy.

Production is distributed between the South (54%), the Center (29%) and the North (17%); while the oil companies are mostly established in the Central (46%) and Southern (40%) regions.

Olive oil represents 44% of Tunisia’s agri-food exports. 96% of exports go to Italy and Spain.

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