These pitted Kalamata Olives are grown in Greece
This Greek olive variety is named after the city of Kalamata in the Peloponnese peninsula.
These dark purple colored olives add a pleasantly bitter flavor note to cheese platters and charcuterie boards.
Sanniti Kalamata Pitted Olives bring salty Mediterranean flavor to your favorite dishes. Try using them in a variety of Greek and Italian recipes. The olive’s large, hollow center allows for easy stuffing; fill them with feta cheese and capers for a delicious antipasto.
A natural antioxidant full of healthy fats, these almond-shaped table olives are a delicious part of Greek cuisine. Enjoy the taste of kalamata olives in a Greek salad with onion, tomato, garlic, extra virgin olive oil, and red wine vinegar. Enjoy them crushed in a pasta sauce 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.
Kalamata olives, water, salt, acidity stabilizer E270, antioxidant E300
Product of Greece