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Fratepietro’s farm has personally selected the superior quality of Organic Bella di Cerignola olives from certified organic agriculture. The olive trees are therefore cultivated in full respect of nature without the addition of chemical herbicides. Organic olive has the added value of a genuine and authentic flavor, a healthy food that guarantees a double benefit: it protects human health and at the same time respects the environment.
The Standard jar are available in the 314 ml, 580 ml and 1700 ml. It contains Organic green Bella di Cerignola olives are packaged whole with their pits. The packaging is dynamic and contemporary and giving the product a clear and natural image.
Bella di Cerignola is the biggest olive in the world. Fleshy and tasty, this traditional variety of Apulia conquered the tables all over the word thanks to its superior quality. Since time immemorial, its cultivation is extremely important for Cerignola, municipality of Foggia county, which gave its name to the fruit, famous for being the third biggest Agro of Italy.
This is the background where Fratepietro's Farm cultivate this very special olives, by respecting the natural cycles of the seasons. Once they reach the right level of ripeness, the olives are collected by hand, in order to protect the beauty and integrity of the fruit. The olives, carefully selected, are processed and stored in water and salt, in accordance with our Family ancient recipes. They are great au naturel, as starters and appetizers, Bella di Cerignola olive is leader not only of the Made in Italy food for its tastiness but also for its nutritional value.
Recent studies have raised this fruit to the Superfood category, due to its antioxidant qualities, like polyphenol, beta-carotene, vitamin E, and to the significant presence of mono-unsaturated fats, which are beneficial to the circulatory system.