Description

Up your olive game with quality Pearls® Extra Large Pitted California Olives (6oz cans, 8pk). Grown, cured and packaged in California, Pearls olives are fun as a healthy snack for the kids and delicious enough to be used on hors-d'oeuvres or salads for guests. Pearls Extra Large Pitted California Black Olives use a unique process in curing, removing the bitterness found in some black olives and gives Pearls Olives a distinctive flavor, making them America's favorite olive. Produced by a family owned company in Northern California, Pearls olives are produced with dedication, pride and fun! Try a Pearls pitted black olive today and taste the difference.

How Healthy Are Pearls Extra Large Pitted California Olives?

When compared with regular potato chips, a 30-gram serving pitted black olives contain 67% fewer calories and 60% fewer fat grams. Pearls black olives are non-GMO, naturally cholesterol-free and gluten-free. There are approximately 25 calories per 15 gram serving of Pearls Extra Large Pitted Olives.

What Is Special About the Process Used in Curing Pearls Olives?

Pearls black olives are put through a unique process at the company's California location. Using sea salt instead of iodized salt, this curing process results in a rich, dark brown color and a texture that sets our black olives apart from the competition. It may take more expense, time and effort, but the results are definitely worth the work.

How Many Servings of Black Olives are in a 6 oz Can?

A typical serving size is 3 olives or 15 grams. There are approximately 11 servings in each 6-oz. can of Pearls Extra Large Pitted California Olives.

Where Do Pearls Olives Come From?

All Pearls olive products are grown and cured in California then packaged at a Tracy, California location by the Musco Family Olive Company, a privately held company that only does olives and does them well.

What Ingredients are in a Package of Pearls Olives?

Pearls olives only contain four ingredients; olives, sea salt, ferrous gluconate (an iron derivative) and water.

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