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Empeltre is a type of medium-sized, black olives originating in Spain. They are used both as a table olive and to produce a high-quality olive oil. Empeltre olives are primarily grown in the Spanish regions of Aragon and the Balearic Islands, but have also spread to Argentina and other regions of Spain.[1]

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  1. ^ World Catalogue of Olive Varieties, International Olive Council, 2000, p. 239, ISBN 978-84-931663-1-1 

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