These pitted green olives from Tragano Greek Organics are firm and delicious - and USDA-certified organic! They are packed with anti-oxidants and healthy fats and have a fantastic mild flavor without being too salty. Grown in the Halkidiki region of northern Greece, they are hand-selected and then packed in an all-natural brine of water, organic vinegar, and sea salt. Importantly, there are no preservatives, additives, artificial flavors nor colorants. These Greek green olives are perfect for cocktails, cheese boards or added to your favorite sauces and stews. You may just want to eat them straight from the jar, they're that good.
HOW TO USE IT
Conveniently pitted, Tragano Greek Organics Green Olives are perfect for cocktails & garnishes, atop salads and sandwiches and a delicious healthy snack straight from the jar. We love them in our Greek version of Pasta Puttanesca and in our Greek Orzo Salads (recipes on our blog).
INGREDIENTS & NUTRITION
Organic olives, water, organic vinegar, salt.
Serving Size: 2-3 olives (15g), Servings: about 8, Calories: 20
*DVs are based on a 2,000 calorie diet
Total Fat 2g 3% DV)
Sat. Fat 0g (0% DV)
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 0mg (0% DV)
Sodium 170mg (7% DV)
Total Carbohydrate 0g (0% DV)
Fiber 0g (0% DV)
Total Sugars 0g
Added Sugars, 0% DV
Vit. D (0% DV)
Calcium (0% DV)
Iron (0% DV)
Potas. (0% DV).
STORAGE: Store in a cool, dry place. Refrigerate after opening.
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Having these small-estate pantry staples handy will add lots of quality flavor & taste to all your Greek inspired dishes and will give you last minute quick & easy meals. Don't forget to snack on them too!
We chose Tragano because the superior flavor and quality of their classic Greek staples are built upon a three-generation legacy of relationships with local farmers. Isn't it reassuring that, in today’s industrialized world, you can get to personally know the people who farmed your food?!