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Green olives with pit manzanilla Green olives with pit manzanilla
Content 200 Gramm (2.45€ * / 100 Gramm)
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Black Leccino Olives in NativOlive Oil ExtraUrsini Black Leccino Olives in NativOlive Oil...
Content 250 Gramm (4.76€ * / 100 Gramm)
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Green olives with pit manzanilla
Green olives with pit manzanilla
Green olives Karinawith pit manzanilla Spain is the largest olive producing country in the world. Today, exactly the same varieties are still cultivated as in the 15th century. There are cal 200 different varieties, such as Manzanilla...
Content 200 Gramm (2.45€ * / 100 Gramm)
4.90€ *
Black Leccino Olives in NativOlive Oil ExtraUrsini
Black Leccino Olives in NativOlive Oil...
Black Leccino olives in extra virgin olive oil, pitted Fully ripe Leccino olives without stone in extra virgin olive oil. These olives are a delicious accompaniment to barbecue and oven dishes and to fresh cheeses such as ricotta and...
Content 250 Gramm (4.76€ * / 100 Gramm)
11.90€ *
Spain is the world's largest olive-producing country. Today, exactly the same varieties are still grown as they were in the 15th century. There are about 200 different varieties, such as Manzanilla (the most common), Cornezuelo, Gordal or Morona as table olives. The cultivation is done almost exclusively in southern Spain, mainly in the province of Seville. The olives are often refined or seasoned with thyme, rosemary, garlic and much more.
Many locals still pick the olives themselves, often from their own olive trees.
Spain is the world's largest olive-producing country. Today, exactly the same varieties are still grown as they were in the 15th century. There are about 200 different varieties, such as Manzanilla... read more »
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Spain is the world's largest olive-producing country. Today, exactly the same varieties are still grown as they were in the 15th century. There are about 200 different varieties, such as Manzanilla (the most common), Cornezuelo, Gordal or Morona as table olives. The cultivation is done almost exclusively in southern Spain, mainly in the province of Seville. The olives are often refined or seasoned with thyme, rosemary, garlic and much more.
Many locals still pick the olives themselves, often from their own olive trees.
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