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100% natural fruit crisps preserves all nutritional nourishment of fresh fruit. These crunchy crisps made from 100% real fruit.

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Welcome to Kyneton Olive Oil – home of award winning olive oil products. Learn more about our history, view our range of products and services, read our latest news and see our tasty recipes.

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I'm 89 years young and my mind's still sharp.

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