Food service size tin of our queen olives stuffed with anchovy. Queen olives, handpicked in Andalusia and stuffed with anchovy. Also known as gordal or colossal olives, these are larger than manzanillas. Stuffed with a pure anchovy paste and naturally fermented and cured Sevillian style.
One customer says, "The Donostia Queen Olives stuffed with Anchovy are far and away the best available."
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Ingredients: pitted green queen olives, water, salt, anchovy, monosodium glutamate, citric acid, lactic acid, ascorbic acid, sodium alginate. Net Weight: 49.38 ounces/1400 grams. Approximately 188-198 olives per tin. 6 tins per factory case. Nutritional information.
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Larger, food service size tin of manzanilla olives stuffed with anchovy. Manzanillas finas, the highest quality available of the most popular Spanish olives, handpicked in Andalusia and stuffed with anchovy. Naturally fermented and cured Sevillian style, stuffed with anchovy from the Bay of Biscay that's been ground into a pure anchovy paste. Prefer the smaller glass jars of these very olives? Just click here. As mentioned in Bon Appétit Magazine.... View full product details