Italy’s agriculture is an ancient and celebrated tradition. For example, olives and fine herbs have been grown throughout Italy and Sicily for thousands of years. The gentle Mediterranean coastal climate with its constant sun, light soils and good irrigation is a perfect environment for trees and herbs. Two of the most famous Italian olive regions are Castelvetrano and Cerignola.
Add the refreshing flavour of sweet basil to your creations as a spread or ingredient in pastas, salads, soups, and more. Individual portion packs available in the refrigerated section of your local grocery store or glass jars on your grocers' shelf.
Enjoy the taste of fresh arugula anytime as a topping spread or ingredient for pastas, salads, soups, and more.
À la Sicilienne olives are commonly known as Sicilian olives. They are small green olives imported from the Nafplion region of the Mediterranean. Bittersweet in taste and blended with a marinade of spices, these flavourful olives are a favourite in pasta sauces and on pizza.
A whole green olive, firm in texture with a bittersweet flavour. They are marinated with crushed chili seasoning to create a true southern, spicy Italian delight. Perfect simply served on its own.