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Updated Jun 25, 2023
A difficult 2022 and a 2023 that certainly does not seem to be going downhill due to the Russian-Ukrainian conflict, price increases and climate change. However, companies have once again shown great resilience to the challenges of the domestic market and exports. The analysis comes from ASSITOL, the Italian association of the olive oil industry, member of Federalimentare and Confindustria which, on the occasion of the annual meeting, reaffirmed the need to build a new work and production model, based on technology, the research and sustainability. “We have lived through a difficult season, which is not over yet – explained Riccardo Cassetta, president of ASSITOL – the Association intends to continue supporting companies in all possible ways, but a change of pace is essential. Otherwise, we will no longer be able to cope with the effects of geopolitical instability and the periodic consequences of extreme weather." Various factors have influenced the performance of companies, ...
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