Olives are increasingly served nowadays as an accompaniment to meat and fish dishes, giving meals a special touch. However, they are also still served as an aperitif. In both cases, they are a healthy and nutritious option.
Apart from the natural aromas and colorings that appeal to aficionados of good food, olive pulp also contains a good amount of olive oil – rich in monounsaturated fatty acids – and fibers.
Green, gray, golden, brown or black... olives come in a variety of colors depending on how ripe they are when they are harvested. They are a great choice for snacks and cooked dishes that are as healthy as they are tasty.