is the Greek word for Olives. It is pronounced æÉLĚa (the first letter “a” is silent, and the word sounds similar to the “Aegean” sea).
Goddess Athena bestowed two sacred gifts to the ancient city of Athens: the olive tree and her name.
black olives from Pelion mountain. Softer than Kalamata, but very juicy, “meaty” and tasty.
Mt. Pelion black olives are great in the traditional Greek “Horeatiki” salad (tomatoes, cucumber, onion and Feta PDO cheese). They can also be served as a fine appetizer together with freshly toasted pita-bread or traditional Greek bread-crackers from Crete or Kithira island.
Non-GMO, Vegetarian, ISO 22000, ISO 9001
Olives (collected exclusively from Sparta – Peloponnese region), water, sea-salt. 100% natural product, with no artificial additives, flavours or preservatives.
trans fat, sugar, additives, preservatives, flavour enhancers.
6 jars x 200g (all packaging material are recyclable)
224 boxes (1344 jars)
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