Bio Olives

Bio Olives

Bio Olives

Olives are small fruits that grow on olive trees (Olea europaea).
They belong to a group of fruit called drupes, or stone fruits, and are related to mangoes, cherries, peaches, almonds, and pistachios.
Olives are very high in vitamin E and other powerful antioxidants.
Studies show that they are good for the heart and may protect against osteoporosis and cancer.
The healthy fats in olives are extracted to produce olive oil, one of the key components of the incredibly healthy Mediterranean diet.
Olives are often enjoyed in salads, sandwiches, and tapenades.
The average olive weighs about 3–5 grams (1Trusted Source).
Some immature olives are green and turn black when they ripen.
Others remain green even when fully ripe.
In the Mediterranean region, 90% of olives are used to make olive oil (2Trusted Source).
This article tells you everything you need to know about olives.
Source: Healthline

Bio Olives

Bio Olives

Olives have been a part of the human diet for thousands of years, long before the canning industry, grocery stores, and martinis came into play.
Source: Serious Eats