Fédération internationale d'oléiculture (FIO)
International Olive Oil Federation
Federación Internacional de Oleicultura
9 Nov 1934, Rome (Italy), under the auspices of International Institute of Agriculture (IIAG). Statutes modified: 1957, Barcelona (Spain); 1959, Rome; 1967, Madrid (Spain). Former English titles: International Federation of Oleoculture and International Olive Growers Federation. Listed English name adopted 1982. Dissolved 1991.
Promote the general interests of olive-growing; effect international coordination of efforts to improve methods of cultivation, processes of manufacture, repression of fraud, and publicity for consumption and use of olive oil.Available with paid subscription only.
Special Commissions: Market Research, Production; Industry; Economics; Publicity; Chemistry; Physiology-Biochemistry; Trade and Table Olives.
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Members in 13 countries
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- Plant Life
- Plants Yielding Oil-Related Products
- Vegetable/Cereal Products
- Agriculture, Fisheries
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