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OLIVE Farmers in Cordoba have warned that a 'never seen before' plague of leaf-eating moths could spell disaster for next season's harvest.
Farmer arrested after dumping DEAD worker in hospital who’d had heart attack during his first day picking olives in...
He is then reported to have left him and fled, after which a doctor realised that the man he had dropped off was dead
MORE than 240,000 Spanish olive estates could vanish in the next 10 years. Olive oil giant Deoleo has warned that international competition and the stagnation...
Outrage as MILLIONS of birds slaughtered by intensive olive farming before being served as TAPAS in Spain’s Andalucia
Millions more songbirds get vacuumed into machinery during intensive night-time harvesting across Spain and Portugal
OLIVE WATCHERS: Spain’s Civil Guard to make surprise visits to olive oil factories after weigh-in controversies
It will serve to dispel doubts that have always existed on the part of farmers who are going to weigh their fruit after a hard day of harvesting
Creator of Fino Olive Oil, Susie Taylor, has won two prizes at this year’s UK Great Taste Awards for her Cordoba products
THE European commission has slammed the new high tariffs imposed on Spanish olives by the US as ‘simply unacceptable’. It comes as the US Department...
OLIVE farmers in Andalucia are facing tariffs on up to 25% of their exports following a series of trade levies by US president Donald...
A GANG dedicated to stealing olives in Malaga has been dismantled by Spanish police. Around 30 people are suspected of raiding olive farms and plots...
Andalucia produces 73% of Spain's olive oil
US Department of Commerce launching ‘full and fair investigation of the facts’
A lower harvest due to a bacteria outbreak could be partly to blame
The national farmers union says they will do all they can to defend their stock
With average temperatures expected to rise by as much as five degrees by 2050, Spain’s universally appreciated crops could be in serious jeopardy
Competition from emerging countries has also contributed to a 50 per cent drop in market value
This year's bumper crop could could prove vital after low rainfall and frost damages predictions for the coming year