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Dirty Jobs Tunisia

Dirty Jobs Tunisia

Dirty Jobs Tunisia

When you think about dirty jobs,  food does not generally come to the top of the list , however traditional olive pressing is just that. Its a dirty job and there are people that truly love to do it. Where is all begins Step 1 pick and bring olives to the factory, not so dirty.  Step 2 pour olives into the grinder. This is where it gets messy real quick. The grinder is made up of 2 giant Granite Stone wheels, that sit in a large basin. When turned on, the wheel turns and spins to grind olives, pits and all,...

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It's that time of Year again!

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It's that time of Year again!

It's that time of year again when families get together... for the Olive Harvest!  With over 82 million trees in Tunisia, driving anywhere, you will see them lined up row by row. To start the Harvest, nets and ladders are set under the trees to catch the Olives we scrape by hand from each branch. We use goat horns or a little plastic rake that help pull olives off gently. We then remove leaves and pack the olives ready for the olive press. At the press the olives are ground into a thick mushy mixture, which is poured onto straw platters, stacked...

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Support for 1 Small Businesses will support many more

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Support for 1 Small Businesses will support many more

Did you know that buying from one small business supports many!. We at the Weavers Door, are grateful for all the other small businesses we use to deliver the artisan products from Tunisia. From the Artisans that tool the wood, Seamstresses, Weavers, Women who finish the product in their homes at night with family, shippers, packers, local Customs Brokers, Show promoters, Web Designers, Instagram followers and Facebook friends, and all your comments that encourage us and help us to do what we do. So you see helping one supports Many!    

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