The Alentejo Olive Oil Sustainability Programme, a project led by OLIVUM, in partnership with the University of Évora, recognizes, strengthens and values the environmental, social, economic and cultural performance present throughout the entire olive oil value chain, from olive production to the final consumer
To reinforce the image and value of Alentejo olive oil.
Improving the sector’s productivity, efficiency and competitiveness.
Bringing together a wide range of national and international experts.
To promote the participation of all the economic agents in the olive oil sector.
Develop a model for sustainable practices.
To create a certification for Alentejo olive oil.
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