Where Do Olives Come from?

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Olives originated in southern Turkey or Syria about 3000 BC and in Asia Minor between Syria and Iran about 6000 BC. They then grew to other areas such as Cyprus, Egypt, Greece, Southern Italy and Northern Africa.
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Olives comes from olive trees and have been popular for many years. They are a common plant food grown in the middle eastern countries.
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