History Of Olive


History Of Olive

The Origins
International treaty
Olive Trade
It is estimated that the first homeland of the olive tree, which dates back to prehistoric times, was Mesopotamia, Southeastern Anatolia, and then spread to the Mediterranean, Aegean Islands and Greece.
It was first brought to Mexico by missionaries in the 16th and 17th centuries and spread to California and South America in time. The British started to grow olive trees in Australia in the 19th century.
Due to the economic and social importance of olive cultivation, an international agreement established the need to intervene in this agreement yapılmıştır.1959 International Olive Oil Council has also participated in Turkey in 1963.
World trade in table olives, 1996 / 97-1999 / 00 period, 14% of the average production 1.1818 million tondur.düny provide Turkey. Turkey ranked 2nd in the world production of table olives, black olives is situated in the 1st row.
In summary, the importance of olives and olive oil in the world and Turkey is understood better with each passing day. It becomes privileged to produce olives and olive oil and consume them because of their health benefits.

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Health Benefits


Improves Your Memory

Olive oils’ antioxidants have been shown reverse of disease-related memory deficits.


Prevents Heart Attacks

Olive oil is one of the healthiest types of fat around, so you should choose fats wisely.


Reduces Cholesterol Levels

The health benefits of olive oil include lower cholesterol levels in the your blood.


Helps Digestion

Although high in calories, olive oil has shown to help reduce levels of obesity.


Helps Fight Cancer

The elements in olive oil can decrease the risk of breast cancer and its recurrence.


Prevents Blood Clotting

Olive oil can reduce the risk of heart attacks and stroke, also improve blood clotting.


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