Sire," replied the captain, "I have on board fifty very large pots of olives.
The captain accordingly sent his boat off to the ship and it soon returned laden with the fifty pots of olives.
When evening came the Princess Badoura retired to the inner part of the palace, and going to the apartments of the Princess Haiatelnefous she had the fifty jars of olives brought to her.
Next she ordered another officer to remove the seals from the warehouse, whilst she presented the captain with a costly diamond, and told him to keep the thousand pieces of gold paid for the olives, as she would arrange matters with the merchant himself.
The ambassadors were informed during a briefing about steps being taken to promote olive
plantation in the country, particularly in Potohar region.
Historically, Lebanese growers have cherished their olive
trees and counted olive
oil among their most prized possessions, taking quantities of it with them when forced to leave their homes during the war.
Hosted by the Texas Association of Olive
Oil (TXAOO), the event will bring together both current and aspiring olive
growers to network and learn about the Texas olive
According to the International Olive
Council, world consumption of table olives
The parliamentary committee after witnessing the good production of olive
plantation at Sahaluddin farms, they appreciated the efforts of PARC for promotion of olive
cultivation in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.
THIS IS AN EXCITING TIME TO BE IN THE OLIVE
The BARI website reveals that the massive Olive
Valley Project is not only providing olive
saplings to local farmers, but also technical support on olive
grove management and financial support for water resource development and drip irrigation.
OIL It's produced through the same process as extra virgin olive
oil, but is made from slightly riper olives
TRIPOLI, Lebanon: The Fouani family in the town of Amioun in the northern district of Koura is busy these days preparing for the olive
harvesting season, long seen as the main source of the region's wealth in the good old days.
Turkey is the world's fourth-largest olive
oil producer after Spain, Italy and Greece.
oil was a hot commercial commodity in ancient times.