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Bruised green olives (crushed and pitted) in extra virgin olive oil.

A valuable recipe with a laborious procedure, obtained by manually processing the olives, Don Carlo variety, which are first crushed and then pitted. After a few days in brine, the olives are placed in glass jars with plenty of extra virgin olive oil.


  • pitted green olives var. Don Carlo
  • extra virgin olive oil;
  • whole sea salt;
  • hot pepper;
  • garlic;
  • oregano.

                Preservative- and color-free.


                They can be eaten as a side dish or in other preparations with vegetables, adding them, for example, to pan-fried escarole. They are also excellent in salads, to stuff sandwiches, and piadina. To accompany cold meats and cheeses.

                Once the jar has been opened, keep it in the fridge at +5 °C and consume it within 1 week.

                  Olive groves

                  Casa Iuorio's olive groves extend across their land in Palomonte (SA). They are cultivated following the dictates of sustainable agriculture, without the use of chemical agents. The trees grow in healthy, natural environments. This is also their commitment to promoting the biodiversity of the area. The olives are harvested by hand.


                  After the harvest, Casa Iuorio farm takes care of the processing, in the workshop next to the fields.

                  The olives are selected, washed under running water, crushed with a special hammer, pitted, and then placed in brine. After a few days, they are placed in jars with plenty of extra virgin olive oil.

                  Each stage of this long preparation is carried out by the expert hands of suitably trained local women. The jars are also prepared by hand, right down to the labeling.

                  Average nutritional values per 100 g of drained product

                   Energy 1849 kj – 450 kcal
                  49 g
                  of which saturated
                  7,1 g
                  0,7 g
                  of which sugar
                  0,6 g
                  1,8 g
                  0,5 g
                  1,5 g