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September 20, 2012 5:50 AM

Olivas de Oro olive oils are made in Creston

Given all the trees scattered on the hillsides, the roadside view on the way to the Olivas de Oro tasting room looks like classic North County. But those aren’t oaks. They’re 2,000 transplanted olive trees.

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