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Olive Oil Producers In Portugal Break Production Record

Good Soil And Climate Conditions This Year Cited

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150,000 tons of olives are expected for the crop year 2021/2022 when the final numbers are in.

It turns out this high yield is a combination of factors. Many groves in Portugal have entered an on-year in the natural alternate bearing cycle. Olive production has…

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