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Black Olives Pitted in Brine Cypressa

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Pitted Black Olives Cypressa 142g £1.00

Flavours:Sour, Sweet



Black Olives Pitted in Brine Cypressa

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Classic pitted black olives from Spain in a salt based marinade. These are pitted black Hojiblanca olives and aren't organic.

These olives are delicious on their own or tasty on pizzas, in salads and in tagines.

Other serving suggestions for these black pitted olives are - that they are ideal for cocktails, or as a snack  or antipasta on their own (perhaps to accompany an aperitif).

Ingredients: pitted olives, water, salt, colour stabiliser: ferrous gluconate

Allergy advice: may contain nut, fish and sulphites.

Caution: Although every care has been taken to remove olive stones and olive stone fragments, some may remain.

Nutritional Info:

Typical values per 100g:
Energy 177kCal/739kJ
Protein 0.6g
Carbohydrate 5.7g

Fat 16.9g

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