Respon­ses to the sur­vey in the most recent Journoel

We’d like to thank you again: for the keen par­ti­ci­pa­ti­on in our first sur­vey. It real­ly hel­ped us and, abo­ve all, vali­da­ted us.

We’d like to take this oppor­tu­ni­ty to react to your opinions:

JournOel questionnaire

We can only say: ama­zing. We’ll con­ti­nue rough­ly as befo­re. Many thanks.

You told us that you’d like to learn more about:

‘‘More about the har­vest and ever­ything that hap­pens there.’’

In the Our OEL sec­tion of the new web­site, we descri­be how a clas­sic har­vest day works in as much detail as pos­si­ble. You can think of the ent­i­re har­vest peri­od as a con­stant repe­ti­ti­on of this dai­ly routine.

But we’­re not lea­ving it at that: for the com­ing har­vest, we are plan­ning both the annu­al pho­to­gra­phy and a lar­ge-sca­le film project.

We hope you’­re exci­ted and will fol­low us on Insta­gram- and Pin­te­rest. Through the­se chan­nels, we have addi­tio­nal space to dis­play our photography.

‘‘Coope­ra­ti­on with your sup­pliers and customers.’’

This was par­ti­cu­lar­ly in rela­ti­on to the pro­duc­tion struc­tures in Greece, and we will be bea­ring this in mind for the new har­vest pho­to­graphs and the film project.

“How can cus­to­mers help get OEL onto shop shel­ves? Is the­re an infor­ma­ti­on bro­schu­re that we can bringt to shops?”

Every bit of sup­port helps!

Whenever you see an oppor­tu­ni­ty to bring OEL into the con­ver­sa­ti­on, we will gra­te­ful­ly sup­port you. Upon request, we would be more than hap­py to send you tas­ting sam­ples and rele­vant infor­ma­ti­on mate­ri­al in prin­ted or digi­tal form.

”Sus­taina­bi­li­ty. Efforts towards orga­nic far­ming, was­te reduc­tion, recy­cling. Non-pro­fit support.”

We have dedi­ca­ted a sec­tion of our new web­site to our efforts around sus­taina­bi­li­ty. It is desi­gned as a kind of mate­ri­al glos­sa­ry and will be con­stant­ly expan­ded -> there’s always room for improvement.

‘‘Jou­er­nO­EL is good, just as it is!’’

Thank you!

“e.g. about the health aspects of oli­ve oil. Are the olives har­ve­s­ted when they are green, i.e. unri­pe, and what does that mean for the poly­phe­nol con­tent rela­ti­ve to ripe olives?”

We have dedi­ca­ted as sec­tion of our new web­site to the sub­ject of health and oli­ve oil:

To the ques­ti­on: yes, an ear­ly har­vest is direct­ly cor­re­la­ted with a hig­her poly­phe­nol con­tent. You can see that in our ana­ly­sis here.

JournOel questionnaire

The oran­ge-colo­red area takes us strai­ght to the next section…

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