Castelvetrano Olives have a crisp texture and rich flavor
This Italian olive variety is sometimes called "nocellara del Belice," named for the Valle del Belice region.
Serve these green colored table olives with cheese and fresh fruit.
Cento Castelvetrano Pitted Green Olives are firm, thick olives with tender flesh and a buttery flavor. As indicated by their bright green hue, these Italian olives are harvested young (before they are fully ripe), then their pits are removed, making them easier to use in recipes or as martini olives.
Add these—along with a drizzle of olive oil—to buttery fish and chicken thigh dishes to balance the richness with sharp, appetizingly bitter flavor notes. Enjoy them as a snack on their own, as part of a charcuterie board, or alongside black olives and marinated olives on a sampler platter. Pair with a fruity flavored wine or sweet cider.