feral trade olive oil Retamar
from Olive Mill Retamar Extremadura, Spain
Extra virgin oil from centenarian olive groves in Extremadura, produced by the Retemar family over generations. Introduced to Feral Trade by a friend of the producer visiting Bristol to improve his spoken English. ferally traded since: 07/06/13.
FER-2307
Feral Trade Bristol, UK to katie and kims kitchen Bristol, UK
dispatched 31/03/17 delivered 31/03/17
olive oil Retamar shipment FER-2307
REMARKS: 3x 5L kitchen restock. paid in cash and marmelade
QTY: 3 units at bottle each
FROM: Feral Trade in Bristol, UK
http://feraltrade.org
TO: katie and kims kitchen in Bristol, UK
http://katieandkimskitchen.blogspot.nl/
SENDER:kate rich
RECEIVER: katie and kim
REQUESTED: to ship between 31/03/17 and 31/03/17
INVOICE:invoice-2307
STATUS: delivered katie and kims kitchen 31/03/17
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COURIER: Integra2 road transport  Anton Mann  Pedro Jervell  Nordlys  Will Templeman  Alex Geldenhuys  kate rich  kate rich 
TOTAL ROUTE:  Olive Mill Retamar-Skrei Gallery-Leixoes Marina Porto Atlāntico-Brixham port-Arnolfini-Feral Trade--katie and kims kitchen
olive oil Retamar Feral Trade to katie and kims kitchen
Shipping Facts
FER-2237 import purchase & freight
1250 x olive oil Retamar litregrossper litre
5,250 euros for 1250L at 4.20 Euro per L, increase on 2015 price reflects last year's troubled harvest tightening supply in the olive market. At 1 week pre-Brexit referendum exchange rate price of 1.25 euro to pound £4177.00 £3.34
road transport extremadura to Porto, Portugal 165 euros £132.00 £0.11
sail freight Leixoes, Portugal to Brixham, with engineless dutch Fair Transport ship Nordlys £1062.00 £0.85
courtesy white van transport Brixham-Bristol £0.00 £0.00
Bristol apartment for olive oil warehousing: Feral Trade's own £0.00 £0.00
total£5371.00£4.30
Shipping Report FER-2307
onward transit of FER-2237 from Olive Mill Retamar arrived Feral Trade 2016-09-03
olive oil Retamar transit: Olive Mill Retamar to Feral Trade
           
freight and handling olive oil Retamar to katie and kims kitchen sponsored by
           
FERALTRADE products passed by hand. The word 'feral' describes a process that is deliberately wild, as in pigeon, as opposed to nature wild (wolf). Feral Trade freight operates largely outside commercial channels, using the surplus potential of social, cultural and data networks for the distribution of goods. contact kate@feraltrade.org