Grab and Go, 10 pack, 1. Pouches of 1 ounce
Sicilian pitted olives are available in two varieties: with and without spices.
Each pouch has 55 calories, making it a tasty and nutritious snack.
With no juice and no pit, they're ready to eat.
Free of GMOs and gluten.
Questions & Answers
Is there an expiration date on these, and if so, for how long?
They're good for several months, according to the ones I got recently.
Do you think these would go well in a martini?
They appear to be, in my opinion. At the very least, it's worth a shot. However, there isn't nearly enough juice in the packet to make a dirty martini.
In a single serving, how many people are there?
When the package is opened, how long does it last?
I'm sure it's a few days at the very least. However, there are only about 10 or 12 of them, so they won't last long. I finish them all as soon as I open them.
Selected User Reviews For Frutto d'Italia Green Pitted Olives in Pouch, Unflavored (Pack of 10)
Good flavor and firmness
I've now tried four different brands of olives that come in single-serving containers. envelopes for serving: Frutto D'Italia (green), Veggicopia (green), Mario Camacho (Kalamata with thyme), and OLOVES (green with lemon) are some of the green varieties available. (romarin). All things considered, the Frutto D'Italia olives (reviewed here) appear to be the best so far. The taste is good, they're firm, the ingredients are simple (olives and salt), the shelf life is acceptable (about a year for the product I received), and the outer packaging is appealing (a nice box that would be suitable for gift-giving). giving). br>br>I did notice that there are detractors in the buyer comments for each of the four brands mentioned above - Because of the bad taste, mushiness, and lack of freshness, I'm wondering if there's a quality control issue with this particular product category.
| Apr 28, 2021
That's fantastic! Anyone who eats these and complains about them has never had an olive before
br>These are light, tasty, nutritious, and simple to prepare. They're on auto-refill, and I'm looking forward to receiving them. I didn't think I'd ever find good olives like the ones I had in France after living in Europe. They've arrived! br>Indeed, it's well worth the money!.
| Oct 15, 2021
Yummi flavor of ULTRA METALLIC SALTY STALE Hello Olive Lovers, I came across this product and decided to order it despite the fact that the amount of olives you get is on the expensive side, but I was willing to pay for the convenience of being able to grab them whenever I wanted
br>1st flaw - I had to use scissors to open it (plop), perhaps I'm not strong enough or just plain stupid, but there are a lot of products out there with friendlier packaging. br>Flaw number two - The smell of a strange metallic rancid oil combination greets you as soon as you open the package, making it difficult to even consider trying the olive, but I did. It's not just salty; it's incredibly salty. br>Flaw 3: This item is sold in quantities of ten, so you'll receive ten packs in a shipping bag with no branding.
| Jul 03, 2021
Exceptional concept - There is no brine, the olives are perfect, and the packaging is very light and leakproof
These olives have won my heart. I was afraid they'd be too sharp, like some green olives, but they're a mild green olive that's simply delicious. The individual pouches are only 50 calories each, making them ideal for snacking. Brown brown brown brown brown brown brown brown brown brown brown brown brown brown brown brown brown brown brown brown brown brown brown brown brown brown brown bagging. Garlic cloves or blanched almonds could easily be stuffed into these. The olives are moist and soft, but not "wet," as the name implies. The discovery of these was a pleasant surprise. I strongly advise you to do so.
| Jan 23, 2021
4 olives cost a lot of money
These hot olives are delicious! They have a nice texture and the perfect amount of spice; they're spicy but not overpowering. The price wasn't too bad, in my opinion. The cost per pouch for ten snack pouches containing approximately ten olives was around $1. $13 for a ten-pack of pouches 97) As a keto snack, I didn't think it was too bad. Here's the issue: it has to do with the packaging. I ordered two boxes, neither of which had any kind of tape or seal across the top of the box. The top only needed to be opened once, and it did so without difficulty. I lost four pouches somewhere between the Amazon Distribution Site in Nevada and my mailbox in Washington. The contents description is right on the box, so anyone who can read knew there were pitted green spicy olives from Sicily inside. I'll never know if they fell out or if someone was hungry. I'm not returning anything, but those box tops should be taped down just for the sake of safety. I spent $2 on that box of tasty spicy olives. 30/pouch. I wouldn't have bought them at that price, but I'll enjoy the olives regardless. They were absolutely fantastic!.
Very high sodium intake is being misrepresented
This is deceptive. The sodium content was listed as 13mg in the description. However, when I received it, I discovered it contained a whopping 370mg of salt, which made my head hurt just looking at it.
| Mar 04, 2021
I wish they weren't so pricey and over-the-top, but they're fantastic
packaged. I tried this product to help add some nutritional variety to my diet due to a lack of refrigerator and kitchen space. I really like these; they're great everyday green olives, and the packaging makes things a lot easier; They're not "dry," but they're also not drenched in liquid, so you can easily open and dump the little packet onto your plate or salad. For me, the serving size appears to be just right. You could have two packets if you wanted more; it's not a big deal. The packets are very well made, so they're great for travel; I don't think it would take much abuse to cause one to burst, and even then, there's no liquid to leak out, and the olives won't spoil because they're pickled/marinated, even if they were exposed for a while. Even though I had legitimate reasons for it, I was disappointed with the packaging and price of these for use at home. However, I believe that for some applications, these are an excellent choice. Far superior to the dreadful Mario brand products, which I have yet to find to be of any use.
| Aug 24, 2021
Great olives in easy-to-carry packages
Mmmm, I found these at a big box store one day, and they haven't been available since. However, Amazon has this capability. To make any type of lunch palatable in a corporate setting, wonderful, tasty olives go great with it. Plus, I tell myself that if I eat enough of these, I'll live longer because olives do that, and no, the FDA has not evaluated this claim. So, if you like olives and want a consistent flavor, these are a great value and very handy.
| Oct 07, 2021