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  • Kalamata Olives

    The olive was a sacred symbol in the time of ancient Greece. According to mythology, it was the goddess Athena who brought the olive in the Acropolis. The branches of the tree were used to form a wreath which was an honorary distinction for the Olympians.

    The olive of Kalamata, which is cultivated in groves in Peloponnesus, has a priceless nutritional value. It is a source of monounsaturated fat acids, dietary fiber, minerals and vitamins A, E, K which are natural antioxidants.

    It is no coincidence that the olive is the basis of the Mediterranean diet and even considered to be the secret of longevity. It is eaten as an appetizer of in salads and it is used in sauces, pies and many other delicacies.


    PET 700 ml PET 1lt 3.3 lt
    4.8 lt 20 lt 220 lt