Olive oil is a staple souvenir from Spanish holidays. But it's under threat after months of drought.

Olives are an iconic part of Mediterranean cuisine. And let’s be honest, food is a huge part of why we travel.

The marinated olives that come with a late afternoon drink in the sun, the extra virgin olive oil drizzled over your salad or pizza and the olive tapenade spread across crunchy crostini. It all instantly makes your mouth water and brings back warm memories of sunny holidays.

But did you know almost half of the world’s olives are grown in Spain? And the majority of those are produced in the southern region of Andalusia.

If we don’t do something about climate change that could come to an end.

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