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  1. Nicoise Olives Quick View

    Nicoise Olives

    $5.99/EA
    Ok, so they're not quite French, but they're the same varietal and they're still perfect in Salad Nicoise. These addictive tiny unpasteurized olives have a fleshy fruit with an assertive, rich taste that can stand up in to the strongest meats and stews. Read More
  2. Ortiz Ventresca Tuna Quick View

    Ortiz Ventresca Tuna

    $18.99/EA
    Ortiz is still a family run business near the Bay of Biscay, Spain, buying from day boats that catch via line and poll. Read More
  3. Cerignola Olives Quick View

    Cerignola Olives

    $7.99/EA
    Big and green, crisp, buttery and meaty; these giants are the real deal. No artificial coloring and from Cerignola, Italy, the heel of the boot. Read More
  4. Moroccan Beldi Olives Quick View

    Moroccan Beldi Olives

    $7.99/EA
    These spicy black olives from central Morocco have a wrinkled, leathery surface resulting from being rolled in salt. Read More
  5. French Green Olives with Herb Quick View

    French Green Olives with Herb

    $7.99/EA
    Fresh, unpasteurized French olives marinated with a medley of Provencal herbs: basil, thyme, rosemary, sage, marjoram and savory. Bright green and briny with a lovely bouquet! Read More
  6. Murray's Mixed Olives Quick View

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    Murray's Mixed Olives

    $7.99/EA
    Murray's secret assortment of olives. You get a taste of them all: green, black, purple, spicy, zesty, unpasteurized, a hint of herbs, etc. Read More
  7. Mt. Vikos Spreads Quick View

    Mt. Vikos Spreads

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    $7.99/EA
    Inspired by traditional Greek meze plates, these intensely flavorful spreads from Mt. Vikos are made to capture a trip to a seaside taverna on the Aegean. Along with being great dips to have out at a party, these spreads add flavor to sandwiches and sauces— they’re good to have on hand all the time. Opa! Read More
  8. Castelvetrano Olives Quick View

    Castelvetrano Olives

    $7.99/EA
    The distinct bright green hue will catch your eye first, but don't expect Cerignolas. These Sicilian olives have a meaty, buttery soft flesh and mild, briny flavor. Eminently compatible with fatty pork products like cured Crespone. Read More
  9. Matiz Sardines Quick View

    Matiz Sardines

    $4.99/EA
    When it comes to fish in cans, Spaniards do it better. These delicate sardines from Galicia taste almost as good as fish straight off the grill, and don't have any of the oily or salty finish that makes other sardines so unpleasant. Moist and tender, they are tasty enough to eat all by themselves, but would add flavor to any pasta sauce, salad, or sandwich that calls for a hint of the sea. Read More

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