These authentic Kalamata Olives are grown in Greece
This Greek olive variety is named after the city of Kalamata in the Peloponnese peninsula.
These dark purple olives add a pleasantly bitter flavor note to cheese platters and charcuterie boards.
Sanniti Kalamata Extra Large Olives are plump, deep purple olives that bring the taste of Greece straight to your home! Fresh and acidic, the taste of kalamata olives will make excellent additions to salads, pizzas, and pastas. Try making a classic Mediterranean dish like chicken thighs baked with feta cheese, kalamata olives, and fresh herbs.
A natural antioxidant full of healthy fats, these almond-shaped table olives are a delicious part of Greek cuisine. Try adding this type of olive to a Greek salad with onion, tomato, garlic, extra virgin olive oil, red wine vinegar, and a lemon wedge. Enjoy them crushed in pasta sauces or sliced on a pizza. Or pair them with black olives and green olives on a sampler platter. Best enjoyed with a glass of wine or a sweet cider.
Product of Greece