Tanzania plans to join African countries list which grow olives

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The government plans to establish research on olive production in order to identify whether the crop can grow locally, the Deputy Minister for Agriculture Food Security and Cooperatives, Adam Malima the Deputy Minister for Agriculture Food Security and Cooperatives in Tanzania said.

Speaking in Dodoma last week, he said Tanzania has temperate weather, subtropical and tropical areas which allow production of the crop .

African countries which grow olives are South Africa, Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria and Egypt .

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