Key Market Indicators
Jordan's olive consumption is expected to drop slightly over the next five years, reaching 20,000 metric tons by 2026. In 2021, the country consumed 22,000 metric tons, placing it 21st in the world. Romania overtook Jordan to place 20th. Italy, the US and Greece were the top three consumers in 2021. Jordan's olive production is expected to grow over the next five years, reaching 226,880 metric tons by 2026. In 2021, the country produced 200,540 metric tons, putting it in 12th place. Argentina overtook Jordan in 2021. Italy, Morocco and Greece were the top three producers in 2021.