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20:10

Local

The olive industry needs workers

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

Olives are by far the most important crop for the Malaga farming industry. The province has 130,000 hectares of olive groves, more than all the others in Andalucía put together, and 23,000 farmers make their living from this business. Last year ... alone, turnover was 254.5 million euros, of which 216 million came from olive oil and 38.5 million from edible olives. It accounts for 31.6 per cent of total agricultural turnover in the province, which in 2018 was 803.7 million euros. These figures ... highlight the enormous importance of the olive industry in Malaga. In addition, the sector provides work for more than one million casual labourers every year, either picking the olives or in the mills. The Comisiones Obreras union says 30,000 people are

13:21

Local

Axarquía gets funds for olive oil museum and raisin research centre

EUROPA PRESS

The Diputación de Málaga provincial government has awarded a number of town halls in the Axarquía funds to roll out a number of projects. Cómpeta town hall has been awarded 250,000 euros to set up an olive oil museum. The town's old olive oil ... factory has been earmarked for the museum which will show the entire process from the olives arriving at a mill, to the final product being bottled. There will also be space for exhibitions and cultural activities. A further 200,000 euros has gone to

10:39

LifeStyle

Malaga university produces its own olive oil

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The initiative to make use of the olives on the trees growing on the Teatinos campus of Malaga University resulted in a harvest of 275 kilogrammes collected by the students and teachers. It was turned into 42 litres of 'Aceite UMA' at the Ayala ... mill in Mijas, one of the few remaining olive mills in the province that uses traditional machinery to extract the oil.

11:31

LifeStyle

Most of Antequera's extra virgin olive oil is sent to China and the rest to Northern Europe

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

The Denominación de Origen Protegido (DOP) Antequera protects the extra virgin olive oil produced in the north of the province. It is the only EVOO (Extra Virgin Olive Oil) with a DOP seal in the province, but it is practically unknown by the ... Archidona, Villanueva del Rosario and Villanueva de Tapia. Last year (the 2017-2018 campaign), 634,700 kilogrammes with the DOP label were produced for commercial markets. This year the total is expected to reach 700,000 kilogrammes. Extra virgin olive ... oil DOP Antequera is produced mainly from Hojiblanca olives with other varieties including Picual or Marteño, Arbequina, Picudo, Lechín de Sevilla or Zozaleño, Gordal de Archidona, Verdial de Vélez-Málaga and Verdial de Huévar. To be classified as

13:28

Local

Dcoop to open an olive oil museum

IGNACIO LILLO

...reached an agreement with the regional government and the port authority to rent the building for 25 years with the aim of turning it into a showcase for olives and olive oil, as well as the rest of its products. According to the draft project, Dcoop

11:45

LifeStyle

The Único de Mondrón olive oil wins a gold medal at Terraolivo

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

The San José Artesano Olive cooperative in the village of Mondrón in Periana is to be congratulated. In just three months it has won two international awards. In April of this year, the AOVE (Extra Virgin Olive Oil) Único de Mondrón won gold at the ... World Olive Oil Competition in New York (NYIOOC), the equivalent of the Oscars of liquid gold in the world, awarded by the prestigious publication Olive Oil Times. It also won an honorable mention in the latest edition of the awards given by the ... provincial government. Now, just two months later, the Único de Mondrón has achieved more recognition. This time it was at the International Olive Oil Competition in the Mediterranean, Terraolivo, in Jerusalem (Israel), one of the most prestigious

16:47

LifeStyle

Three Malaga olive oils win prizes in a global competition held in New York

Eugenio Cabezas

The premium extra virgin olive oils from Malaga, that is those made from a selection of the best olives and with very limited production, continue to achieve international success. Three olive mills in the province have won a total of six medals, ... five gold and one silver, at the World Olive Oil Competition in New York (NYIOOC); the equivalent of the Oscars for the olive oil producers across the world, and organised by the Olive Oil Times. The oil cooperative San José Artesano, in the hamlet of ... Antequera hamlet of Cartaojal, won gold for the 'Legado' oil and a silver medal for 'Experience'. Olive oil expert, Francisco Lorenzo Tapia, explained that this contest rewards the best premium extra virgin olive oils in the world. This year alone, more

13:49

Local

The return of an olive oil tradition

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

If you fancy producing your own olive oil, you don't have to own a mill. You can just take your annual olive harvest, or part of it, to a factory for processing and then return home with your very own oil a few hours later. Actually, this is nothing ... new, but it is a tradition which appears to be coming back into fashion. The process is called 'maquila' in Spanish, and it consists of pressing the olives to produce the oil. In exchange for doing this, the factory will charge a sum which depends on ... how many kilos of olives it has pressed. Production in Andalucía could be 10 per cent lower Not all mills offer this service, but one of those in Malaga province has turned it into an important part of its business: Aceites Molisur, in Alhaurín

10:30

Local

Benalmádena and Torremolinos join forces to promote tourism

Tony Bryant

...and locally produced olive oils. There was also a demonstration of ham cutting by award winning carver, José Manuel Yuste. Guests enjoyed a free bar and paella, while the children tucked into pizzas that were delivered to the bullring by a convoy of