Global Olive Trade Analysis - Segmented by Geography - Growth, Trends, and Forecast (2018 - 2023)

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  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 100 pages
  • Mordor Intelligence
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Portugal is the largest exporter and importer of olives in the world. Portugal exported 24,629 metric tons in 2016 and imported 19,251 metric tons during the same year. The other major exporters of olives are Spain, Mexico, Greece, Jordan, and Italy. Spain exported 12,814 metric tons of olives in 2016. It is also the second largest importer of olives in the world and imported 12,826 metric tons in 2016.

Portugal is the Largest Importer and Exporter

Portugal is the largest exporter and importer of olives in the world. Portugal exported 24,629 metric tons in 2016 and imported 19,251 metric tons during the same year. The major importers of olives other than Portugal are Spain, Italy, the United States, Israel, and France. Italy, the third largest importer of olive in the world, imported 8,291 metric tons in 2016.

The major exporters of olives to Portugal are Spain, Greece, Germany, France, and Italy. Spain is the largest exporter of olives to Italy. Spain exported 19,251metric ton in 2016 and 14,118 metric tons of olives to Portugal in 2017. The major importing countries of olives from Portugal are Spain, Italy, France, Brazil, and Finland. Spain is also the largest importer of olives from Portugal in 2016. Spain imported 23,243 metric tons from Portugal in 2016. Italy and France were the major importers of olives from Portugal in 2017. Italy imported 630 metric tons and France imported 103 metric tons in 2017. France imports more than 95% of olives to fulfil its domestic consumption. Spain is also a major supplier to the French market.

Economic Situation of Olive Farms

In Spain, olive farms are on average bigger and work productivity is also higher in the country. Also, farms produce olives that are sold to mills. In Italy, farmers produce olives for oil, olive oil on site, and also as mixed production (olives and oil). The price of olives and oil are on average notably higher in this Member State. According to the European Commission’s Report, labor is the costliest factor in olive-growing, with the family workforce accounting for 43-57% of the total cost and paid labor accounting for 10-17%.

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  • Identify the largest importing and exporting regions in the global olive trade and their growth trends during the forecast period
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1. Introduction
1.1 Market Definition
1.2 Key Findings of the Study

2. Research Scope & Methodology
2.1 Study Deliverables
2.2 Study Assumptions
2.3 Research Methodology
2.4 Research Phases

3. Trade Dynamics
3.1 Recent Developments

4. Market Segmentation
4.1 Trade Analysis by Geography (Import & Export Volume & Value Analysis)
4.1.1 North America
4.1.1.1 US
4.1.1.2 Canada
4.1.1.3 Rest of North America
4.1.2 Europe
4.1.2.1 Portugal
4.1.2.2 Spain
4.1.2.3 UK
4.1.2.4 France
4.1.2.5 Rest of Europe
4.1.3 Asia-Pacific
4.1.3.1 China
4.1.3.2 Australia
4.1.3.3 India
4.1.3.4 Indonesia
4.1.3.5 Rest of Asia-Pacific
4.1.4 South America
4.1.4.1 Brazil
4.1.4.2 Argentina
4.1.4.3 Rest of South America
4.1.5 Africa
4.1.5.1 South Africa
4.1.5.2 Egypt
4.1.5.3 Rest of Africa

5. Outlook

6. Appendix

7. Disclaimer
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