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Delicious, giant organic green olives with a delicate taste and a firm, meaty texture. Our family producer handpicks these gorgeous table olives to keep them in perfect condition. Bella di Cerignola make the perfect, classy appetizer.
From the Cerignola region of Puglia in Southern Italy, this olive variety is justly called ‘Bella’ (or beautiful) for its gorgeous proportion, firm texture and flavour.
Kate says, "The fattest olives you ever tried. I don't know how they do it. These are so meaty and succulent. A great filling snack or appetizer."
Olives* 94% , sea salt, acidity regulator: lemon juice*. *organic ingredient
Vegan & Vegetarian
Free From: Gluten, Wheat, GMOs
Average Nutritional Values – per 100g
|Energy kJ / kcal||537 / 130|
|of which saturates||2.5|
|of which sugars (g)||3.8|
Seggiano is the name of the small hilltop village on Monte Amiata in southern Tuscany, where Peri Eagleton and David Harrison have farmed organic olives since 1985. Twenty years ago they started selling their local Olivastra Seggianese extra virgin olive oil and a selection of wonderful artisan foods from small family food producers. Their brand is SEGGIANO, named in honour of the village where the story started. Grown with an uncompromising commitment to ethical ingredients and food production, healthy delicious eating and a love of simple, genuine Italian food. With over 20 years in the business, SEGGIANO is still the choice of Real Food lovers. Hand Picked It is our mission to bring you the most delicious, genuine and naturally produced speciality foods from all over Italy. Handmade When we say handmade, we mean handmade. Our artisan food is freshly prepared in small batches using current harvest ingredients. Real Food It not only tastes fantastic but SEGGIANO foods are gmo-free and made without artifice or the use of preservatives and industrial processing. From Italy Our familiarity with Italian rural culture and our passion for excellent food enables partnership with the best artisan food producers of Italy.
Click here to play the podcast interview with David Harrison, co-founder of Seggiano, and learn about the farmers and artisanal producers he works with in Italy, to create their outstanding range of organic pestos, artichokes, honeys, olives and more.
Store in a cool, dark place. Once opened, keep olives covered in the brine, refrigerate and eat within a week.