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Columela Picual Unfiltered Extra Virgin Olive Oil - 17 oz
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Columela Picual is the choice for lovers of robust olive oil!

 

Bold, intense and slightly peppery, Columela Picual is perfect in salads, to finish a dish - even for frying.

Use Columela Picual Extra Virgin Olive Oil any time or any place you want the assertive flavor of Spanish Olive Oil to stand out!

Product of Spain

 

 

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