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Kalamata Organic Olives unpitted, with bay 295g jar

These delicious organic Kalamata Demeter olives grow in Mendenitsa, a small village in the Kallidromon Mountains of Central Greece that is wrapped by sticky, scented conifer trees and dotted with natural springs. With the sea nearby, the area boasts a unique microclimate that gives each fruit an incredibly complex flavour that is packed with nutrients and a natural saltiness. Our producers, Atrapos, have built their business on sustainability with the utmost respect for natural soil quality. They practise biodynamic hand harvesting that is in tune with the lunar cycle to enrich the local ecosystem and provide the highest quality olives possible.
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Special Price £3.92 Regular Price £4.90
Unit Price £21.78 / kg
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Net content: 295g (180g drained)

Packaging: Glass jar

Suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans

Ingredients: Kalamata Olives, Bay, Vinegar, Sea Salt Brine (Organic Farming) , 100% Organic



Typical ValuesPer 100g
Energy1038kJ/
247kcal
Fat22.7g
of which Saturates4.77g
Carbohydrate13.4g
of which Sugars1.99g
Protein1.7g
Fibre0g
Salt2.53g
Serve on their own as a meze, de-stone and scatter into Greek salads or oven bake.

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Some of us Maltbies like it as a main dish, some as a side or a meze, but we all agree that we love it, as it brings in mind grandmothers/ holidays/ old greek cafes (kafeneia) back home.

So, following The Greek Larder's residency, we managed to get Thodori reveal his signature fava recipe and here we tried it in our kitchen with a Greek salad topping.

It was super easy and it was the perfect lunch break for busy people like us.

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Atrapos, Mendenitsa, Central Greece

Atrapos is based in Mendenitsa, a small village in the Kallidromon Mountains of Central Greece. The mountain village is surrounded by springs, a rich vegetation of stone pines, fir, oak and junipers, as well as an impressive diversity of wildlife. The region’s microclimate is influenced by the sea, only a few kilometres beneath the mountains, which makes it ideal for olive tree cultivation. Atrapos forgo the utilization of chemical fertilizer and other sprays in favour of quality and sustainability. Their organic farming processes contribute to the restoration of a balance in nature; the humus soil is enriched, resulting in the growth of healthy, robust plants and high-quality produce. The same care is taken with the processing of their olives, which is done exclusively by natural fermentation and without the use of any chemicals.

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