Giant Olives

Big, juicy & delicious

These Bella di Cerignola olives are grown on the east coast of Italy just above the ‘stiletto heel’ where the weather and soil provide the perfect conditions for these unusually large olives to grow. Their mild flavour and rich juicy body can persuade anyone that scorns an olive, into an olive lover.

They’re gorgeous on their own, served over crushed ice, or as part of an antipasti platter with Italian cheeses, vegetables and meats…or if you like your dry martini shaken or even stirred, a single Cerignola will grace the coolest of cocktails.

Grown in Puglia, Southern Italy

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Nutrition

Typical Value per 100g
  • Energy496kj/121kcal
  • Total Fat11.5g
  • (of which saturates)2.15g
  • Carbohydrate0.0g
  • (of which sugars)0.0g
  • Protein2g
  • Salt2.75g

Ingredients

Apulian Green Olives, Brine (Water, Salt, Acidity Regulator: Citric Acid. Antioxidant: Ascorbic Acid)

Allergy Advice

Packed in a facility that handles lupin 

WARNING: This product contains olive stones. 

Suitable for vegetarians.

Storage

Store in a cool, dry place, out of direct sunlight. 

Once opened keep refrigerated & cover with brine & consume within 7 days

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How do you like your dry Martini - shaken or stirred?

We source our giant succulent bright green olives from Puglia. They are grown just above Italy's 'stiletto heal' on the east coast mainly around the Ofanto Valley. Here, hot dry summers, cold winters, and dry and windy weather provide the perfect conditions for the cultivation of these amazingly luscious olives.

They are harvested using traditional methods, then carefully selected, prepared and packaged using the highest standards of production.

Our speciality is the Bella di Cerignola olive, better known simply as the Cerignola. It is a very large, bright green olive, mild in flavour, and with a rich juicy body. A perfect appetiser on its own, as an "amuse bouche" or antipasto ... or if you like your dry martini shaken or even stirred, a single Cerignola will grace the coolest of cocktails.

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