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16:56

National

Junta thinks Trump's new tariffs could cost Andalucía 315 million euros a year

SUR

...on certain foodstuffs, including olive oil, cheeses, pork produce and wines. In Brussels this week, to add to his Brexit woes, Juanma Moreno, the regional president, met with Phil Hogan, the Agriculture commissioner and soon-to-be foreign policy ... minister for Agriculture, Carmen Crespo was hopeful that "there is still room for negotiation", with a meeting between the US and the EU planned for Monday 14th. Olive oil, olives, cheese, almonds, rice, octopus, crab and sherry are the Andalusian food ... products most sold in America. In total, 6.5 per cent of the region's exports are to the US. Crespo also explained this week that the effect of the tariffs will be uneven, with different rates being applied to items. For example, half olive oil exports to

14:46

LifeStyle

The restaurant at a Malaga golf club serves the best 'ensaladilla rusa' in Spain

MARINA MARTÍNEZ

Barainka, from Restaurante La Galerna; Martín Berasategui, with ten Michelin stars to his name; Iván García and Usoa Martín from San Miguel; and Carles Abellan. The secret? Hernández has no doubts: quality potatoes, olive oil and room temperature. Then add ... olives, carrots, green beans, eggs and langoustines. “You have to let the potato cool so that it doesn’t lose its shape and crumble,” he says.

14:56

What to do

Yunquera festival to promote local wine and chestnuts

Tony Bryant

The festival is organised to promote the cuisine, customs and handicrafts of Yunquera and there will also be a craft and farmers' market offering olive oil, pickled fruit, honey, handmade sweets, bread and cured meats. Along with the annual La

17:11

What to do

Álora celebrates day in honour of its traditional 'sopa perota'

Tony Bryant

...labourers. Thousands of portions are served to visitors, accompanied by other traditional products such as manzanilla olives, locally made bread and wine. In addition, there are performances by verdiales bands, flamenco recitals, folklore shows, workshops

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

21:24

LifeStyle

A guiri's guide to extra virgin olive oil

Jennie Rhodes

With a large foreign population, it is of little surprise then that Malaga and Granada are also home to a number of Brits and other nationalities who have turned their hand to one of the region's key industries: olive oil. OLIVE OIL IN NUMBERS ... 100,000 is the approximate number of hectares of olive trees in Malaga province. 5 kilos is the quantity of olives needed to make a litre of extra virgin olive oil. In fact, just over five kilos are needed. Olive oil cooperatives such as Mondrón, near ... foreigners" on the books, although "in reality only three or four regularly bring us olives". It is a similar story at the San Sebastián cooperative, where president, José Enrique Luque Martín, has worked for 26 years. He has been president for 16 years, which

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.

10:59

What to do

Mediterranean diets on prescription

Jennie Rhodes

Dr Simon Poole will be giving a talk in English at the olive oil cooperative tour and talk in Riogordo tomorrow, Saturday 2 February. OLIVE OIL TOUR & TALK Where. Riogordo olive oil cooperative Paraje del Campo (at the entrance to Riogordo from ... Facebook: La Molienda de Riogordo. Dr Poole, 55, is a Cambridge-based medical doctor, author and member of the Advisory Board of the Olive Wellness Institute, among a long list of well-known medical organisations. He is considered by his peers as an ... "internationally-renowned authority on the science, application and communication of the Mediterranean diet". Dr Poole explains that he first became interested in the benefits of extra virgin olive oil (EVOO) and the Mediterranean diet about 15 years ago when he found