These Cerignola Olives are crisp and buttery
Enjoy the rich, pleasantly bitter, and mildly fruity flavors of this Italian olive variety.
Try it on a charcuterie board or sandwich with cured meats from Italy.
Named after the town of Cerignola in Southern Italy, these Bella di Cerignola Olives are picked before they are fully ripe, so they have a mild, buttery taste and a crisp texture. These green olives go well with a sharp cheese like provolone.
Enjoy them on an antipasto plate with fruit and cheese. Or sample them alongside black olives and castelvetrano olives (also called "Nocellara del Belice") on a gourmet table olive platter. They taste wonderful on a Greek salad with olive oil and crumbled gorgonzola. And this type of olive makes an equally delicious pizza topping or pasta sauce ingredient.
Olives, Water, Salt, Lactic acid, Ascorbic acid.
Product of Italy