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Columela Hojiblanca Extra Virgin Olive Oil - 17 oz
Item #: OLO105
Our Price: $22.50
29 units available


This wonderful olive oil is produced solely from the sweet Hojiblanca olive for a light, spicy flavor.

Soft greenish-gold color, with full body and fresh flavor, Columela Hojiblanca EVOO is especially delicious in baking and sautés.

Product of Spain


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