Daily Archives: April 18, 2014

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    Buyer looks for Olive Pits / Stones in large quantities

    Company from Dublin currently seeking companies who are involved in the industry of processing olives throughout Europe.

    They require large olive pits /stones to be exported from different companies throughout Europe and in large quantities with minimum of 25 Tons.

    They have a particular requirements for Olive Pits / Stones :
    – Short side of Olive stone minimum 2cm as shown at featured image or larger
    – The stones must be clean & dry before shipping

    In case of possibility to supply Olive Pits / Stones in large quantities under required specification, please download, fill out in ENGLISH and send us back.
    Olive Pits / Stones OFFER FORM
    Thank you!

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    Company from Dublin currently seeking companies who are involved in the industry of processing olives throughout Europe. They require large olive pits /stones to be exported from different companies throughout Europe and in large quantities with minimum of 25 Tons. They have... 
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  • The Giving Tree: An Introduction to Greek Olive Oil

    In Greece, where the land is mostly rocky and steep and the climate hot and arid, the olive tree thrives, and for millennia, olive oil has been as essential to Greek cooking as the gnarled, silver-leaved trees have been to the country’s landscape.

    Greece is the third largest producer of olive oil in the world after Spain and Italy and the greatest in consumption per capita.

    Used liberally as a cooking fat for all manner of ingredients and preparations, as well as in its raw state to dress or flavor dishes, olive oil also plays an influential role in Greek baking, such as in koulourakia, twisted or coiled cookies, and paximadia, the twice-baked rusks that come savory or sweet.

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    In Greece, where the land is mostly rocky and steep and the climate hot and arid, the olive tree thrives, and for millennia, olive oil has been as essential to Greek cooking as the gnarled, silver-leaved trees have been to the country’s landscape. Greece is the third largest... 
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