Rooted in Tradition,
Nourished by Modern Science.

Since Temecula Olive Oil Company’s founding in 2001, our family-owned and operated business has been about elevating age-old processes with the latest in all-natural agricultural science to be the premier California Olive Oil Producers. And from traditional cold-pressing techniques to Kai-Zen soil practices, we pride ourselves on the flavorful nutrition we provide and the breath-taking land that makes it all possible. So our combination of the ancient and cutting-edge produces some of the finest California olive oils and balsamicos in the world.

Partnering with the Land:
All-Natural, Kai-Zen

At the Temecula Olive Oil Company, our trees love our land as much as we do. And when it comes to olive oil, the best ingredients require perfect growing conditions. So that’s why we chose Southern California – for its unmatched climate and soil potential. And over the decades, we have naturally enriched and invested in our land to ensure our products only grow better and more flavorful, year after year.

In addition, we are devoted to Kai-Zen agriculture techniques, a style of farming that consistently improves the soil without harsh chemicals or dangerous additives. So, for example, our weed control strategy utilizes the all-natural, slightly acidic water we extract from our olives during the cold-pressing process. Every one of our delicious products carries our commitment directly from our trees to your table.

The Original Superfood: Locally Grown, Fresh-Pressed

Olives and extra virgin olive oils contain a high concentration of vitamins, minerals, and healthy fats ideal for preventing cardiovascular disease, lowering cholesterol, and counteracting anemia. And their antioxidant properties help fight aging. And our goal is to preserve these life-changing attributes as much as possible.

That’s why we grow our olives and cold-press our oils locally in California – so they arrive at your table with more nutritious, fresh-squeezed flavor than our imported and mass market competitors. So don’t settle. Taste the fresh-squeezed difference. And embrace “olive” nature’s goodness.

Olives in Hand
California Olives

The Best Olives Grow in the Golden State