Castelvetrano. Castelvetrano olives are Italy's most ubiquitous snack olive. Bright green, they're often referred to as dolce (sweet), and come from Castelvetrano, Sicily, from the olive variety nocerella del belice. They have a Kermit-green hue, meaty, buttery flesh, and a mild flavor.
Divina Pitted Castelvetrano olives are the Nocellara de Belice varietal, named after the town in Sicily where theyre grown. A bright all-natural apple green, these delicious olives are mild with notes of artichoke.
Natural Scratched Green Olive Production: The green olives harvested by hand during the yellow maturity period are graded according to their grain size. The graded olives are drawn in the drawing machine after the stem removal process. Scratched olives are put into brine in the tank. Fermentation processes and controls are carried out on olives left to fermentation. According to the sweetening controls, it is packaged after about 6 months after selection, sorting and washing processes.