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Santa Barbara Olive Co.
Santa Barbara Family Tradition Since 1850. California commercial olive farming first took root in 1851 when John Emile Goux planted an olive orchard in Santa Barbara County. Now over 150 years later, Mr. Goux's Great, Great Grandson Craig Makela and his wife, Cindy, harvest more than 5,000 olive trees on 100 acres on the beautiful coast of Santa Barbara County. Santa Barbara Olive Co. now boasts more specialty olives than any other olive company, and employs various curing and brining methods in producing natural and distinctly delicious olives. The attention paid to each olive throughout its harvest assures the high-quality and unique taste of the Santa Barbara Olive Co. olive. Our olive selection process demands that each olive is perfect in shape, color and size and we use only the top 10% of any particular orchard at any time.

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