Spain’s giant Hojiblanca Cooperative Group Renamed Dcoop

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The world’s biggest producer of extra virgin olive oil Hojiblanca has been renamed Dcoop after its merger with Tierras Altas, a Granada-based group of 15 olive oil mills.

The name change came today after the merger was approved at general meetings of the companies’ members.

Dcoop represents “de la cooperativa,” which in English is “from the cooperative.”

The new name comes just months after Hojiblanca sold the world’s biggest olive oil distributor, Deoleo, its Hojiblanca extra virgin olive oil brand and a bottling plant in return for an increased stake in that company and two seats on its board.

Information sources: www.dcoop.es & oliveoiltimes

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