FREE SHIPPING to all European countries for dry orders over 99€

Throuba olives from Tasos - 200g

Ilida

€3.99

PROMOTION 'Buy 10 pieces and save 10%'

If you buy 10 pieces of one or more products marked with this promotion, you will automatically receive a 10% discount on the selected products ... the more you buy the more you save! Cannot be combined with other discount codes.

The black olives of the Throuba variety from the island of Tasos are characterized by a unique taste and flavour. Throuba olives are medium in size and very rich in nutritional properties, also used to produce extra virgin olive oil with very low acidity.

Throuba olives are an excellent aperitif, table olives of the highest quality.

History: ILIDA SA has been processing and marketing table olives since 1965, initially as a sole proprietorship and later in its current form as an SA company. With more than 50 years of experience and continuous presence in the Greek and international market, ILIDA S.A. among the oldest family businesses in Greece.
The history of the olive begins 7000 years ago and is intertwined with the life of the Mediterranean people, their daily life and their habits. Historians consider the Mediterranean basin to be the place where olive trees first appeared. Today the cultivation of olive trees is widespread throughout the Mediterranean, and the consumption of fruits is a staple of the Mediterranean diet. The olive tree loves the sea and the sun of the Mediterranean, also grows on poor soils and is extremely drought-resistant. Young olive trees need the care of the growers and begin to bear fruit at the age of 7. They reach maturity between 30 and 70 years. The expected lifespan of an olive tree is 300 to 600 years, but all over the world there are olive trees that are more than 1000 years old. In the Mediterranean region, olive trees bloom in late spring, while the olive harvest begins in late September and ends in February depending on the olive variety.

Quantity: 200g

Bestsellers from this category

Sign up for our FREE Newsletter
Follow us!
Help & Information