In Sicily for over two thousand years
These olives come from a strip of verdant land in the province of Trapani, a stone’s throw from the sea, protected for more than 2600 years by the Selinunte temples.
Castelvetrano olives have an unmistakable spherical shape and are distinctive for their sweet taste with a slight hint of saltiness. Before being packaged, the olives are partially dried in the oven, which gives them their distinctive and unique flavour.
Suggestions for consumption:
Roasted Black Castelvetrano Olives are ideal as an appetiser or as a snack with cured meats and cheeses.
They are excellent as they are, but can also be enjoyed seasoned with olive oil, red pepper, garlic, fennel seeds and citrus peel. They are also ideal to flavour the fish dishes or toasted in a pan and eaten with homemade bread.
Energy 776 kJ / 186 kcal; Fat 19.6 g of which saturated fatty acids 3 g; Carbohydrates 1 g of which 0 g sugars; Fibers 3 g; Protein: 0.7 g; Sale 2 g.
Olives, salt; stabiliser: ferrous gluconate.