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Tapenade green, from EviMeria
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Tapenade green, from EviMeria

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A tasty organic tapenade from farms in Messinia, Peloponnese, Greece made from 100% hand-picked olives, without additives.

The tapenade is a perfect topping for toast or sandwiches. It is made from table olives, Kalamon olives picked in October/November and pitted before being crushed to release their oils, with just the right amount of salt added so that it tastes good without being too overwhelming for your taste buds! The best thing about this delicious blend? You can enjoy all these benefits while still getting good fats thanks to not only the olive oil but also the vinegar used as an ingredient during preparation

Anneli in Vounaria which you find on the beautiful Peloponnese peninsula in Greece, near the olive town of Kalamata, where EviMeria has its own green olive groves, here they grow their Koroneiki oil olives and Kalamon table olives. The olives are hand-picked with the greatest care.

​They are certified organic olive farmers. CERTIFIED BY DIO ACC. TO EU 834/2007
They produce approx. 400-550kg Extra Virgin Olive Oil annually and approx. 60-100kg table olives.
They deliver themselves without any intermediaries.
Enjoy EviMeria table olives or EviMeria Extra Virgin olive oil.
EviMeria is Greek and means well-being!
Enjoy & feel good!

"Olives are the berries of the olive tree and are mainly used in the production of olive oil. Fresh olives are bitter in taste and are never used natural, but preserved in a brine or oil for a long time before eating them." Wikipedia