How the Local Growers Do It

California growers are hoping to see a renaissance in locally produced olive oil.

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Bob Hansen
This is the harvest season at Temecula Olive Oil Company.
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NBC 5 News
Green and black olives are stripped from the trees.
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Mark Colicchio, Sr.
Freshly picked olives are crushed for their oil.
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AP
The olive paste is spread out on mats where the oil literally drips over the edges.
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Bob Hansen
California growers are hoping to see a renaissance in locally produced olive oil.
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Bob Hansen
Giving consumers the chance to actually see where their oil is coming from.
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