Olives verdi grosse | 580 grams€8,95 per 580 gram
These olives were very popular with the ancient Romans. Olives have been known to grow on our planet for many thousands of years, and the Romans loved them too!
Drain weight: 580 grams
Olives verdi grosse
The olives you will find in this verdi grosse pot are cerignola olives. The name Bella di cerignola olives comes from Cerignola, a small town in Puglia . One of several theories about the origin of this olive is that it is the descendant of the “Orchites” that the Roman armies used to make their long journeys.
Ingredients: olives, water, salt; acidity regulator: citric acid, tartaric acid.
Net drained weight 580 grams
Olive pits were simply thrown on the floor at a banquet in Puglia, and they took root and led to the cultivation of Cerignola.
This is an olive with a delicate flavor and fleshy flesh, but most notable is its size, making it arguably the largest olive in the world .
Bella di Cerignola olives are one of the most popular types of table olives. They look extremely appetizing, both in size and color. With a savory taste and crunchy firm flesh, they are mainly used as an aperitif with cheese, in aperitifs and cocktails or simply delicious on their own.
Nutritional values: Energy 512 kJ / 125 kcal; Fat 12 g of which saturated fatty acids 1.2 g; 2.3 g carbohydrates, of which 0 g sugars; Fibers 4.2 g; Protein: 0.8 g; Salt 2.7 g.