- DescriptionOn first bite, they're subtle. Then a deep, complex richness develops. They taste a little like black licorice, with a briny, pleasantly leathery texture. They've been cured in salt to remove extra water, then bathed in oil. These are pit-free, so all you get is pure, rich olive flesh. Most of Morocco is olive country — the Moroccans know how to do them right.Buying Guide
Olives, Olive Oil, Canola Oil, Salt.
May Contain Pits or Pit Fragments.
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