The Cal/Med Consortium

The Cal/Med Consortium was established in December of 2005 to initiate, coordinate, and disseminate research on relevant economic issues related to key commodity groups that have traditionally been understudied and yet contribute significantly to the economies of California and the southern EU countries.

These commodities include: olives and olive oil; tree nuts; grapes and wine; raisins; vegetables - processed and fresh; citruses - processed and fresh, and stone fruits.

The formal name of the project is “Policies and Economics of Mediterranean Agriculture Products in the Global Marketplace” but for ease of communication, it is referred to as the “Cal/Med Consortium.”

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