Giant green olives in brine.
There are more than 395 olive varieties in Italy alone, so it’s not always easy to distinguish one from another. But finding the largest is easy: Bella di Cerignola olives, the largest olives in the world.
Bella di Cerignola is a Denominazione di Origine Protetta (Protected Designation of Origin, an Italian label of quality with European Union accreditation for the protection of regional foods).
Bella di Cerignola olives (named after the town of Cerignola in Apulia) are meaty, mild and fruity, and perfect for antipasto or appetizer plates.
Ingredients: Olives, water, salt, acidity regulator (lactic acid, ascorbic acid).