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Family Business From Sparta Wins its 100th Prize for Olive Oil Production

Sakellaropoulos Organic Farming, a Greek family business in Sparta, Laconia has become a legend in the world of olive oil production, managing to rack up...

Record High Oil Production from Greece's Prinos Oil Fields

Oil production from Greece's Prinos deposit in Macedonia, which includes oil fields both inland and offshore, is expected to exceed 4,000 barrels daily and...

Greece Holds 'World Record' in Olive Oil Production

DogHouseDiaries website has created a map that shows in which product or activity each country, worldwide, has a comparative advantage, based on figures of...

Greek Workshop on Extra Virgin Olive Oil Production

For Greece, extra virgin olive oil is considered to be an agricultural product of utmost priority. The Greek state, however, does not provide the...

Messinian Olive Oil Leads Greek Olive Oil Production

The prefecture of Messinia has been declared the leading Greek prefecture in olive oil production. Thirty-eight percent of this year's olive oil production in...

US Eases Oil Sanctions on Venezuela After Humanitarian Deal

The US government has reached an agreement with Venezuela to lift some of its sanctions against the Latin American country. The move will allow...

How Greek Olive Oil Becomes ‘Italian’

Greece is the second-largest supplier of the Italian olive oil industry, based on an analysis of the Italian olive oil sector by the Greek...

Greece Markets Famous Ancient Olympia Olive Oil

Citizens of the world can now enjoy a taste of Ancient Olympia, home to the Olympic Games, in the form of its olive oil. The...

Why Greek Olive Oil is the Best in the World

Greek olive oil is synonymous with Greek tradition, a healthy diet and its rich history, Called  “Liquid Gold," it epitomizes the country.

Why Greek Olive Oil is the Best in the World

Olive oil, or “Liquid Gold” as Homer called it, has been part of Greece's history since antiquity. It is an irreplaceable part of Greek diet