Thank you XXX
Olive Sales are Booming
Here is a reply from one of our a new table olive customers, we are feeling very please with this and sales have sky rocketed since we added this comment to our Face book page.
They are better than good, they are sensational, The ones in the supermarket taste bitter by comparison. Also yours are silkier tasting, I know that sounds weird, maybe the word should be smoother,
But we’re not talking about Scotch whiskey, or bourbon, were talking about a tree fruit, It’s so hard to describe or find a word suitable, other than silky and smooth, with amazing other flavours that I just can’t find words for.
But although the texture is silky feeling and smooth too, I’m talking about the flavour and taste being silky and smooth if that makes sense.
They are “DAM GOOD” LOL xxxx
The Health Benefits of Cures olives are many:
While commonly recognized as a high-fat food (about 80-85% of the calories in olives come from fat), olives are not always appreciated for the type of fat they contain. Olives are unusual in their fat quality, because they provide almost three-quarters of their fat as oleic acid, a monounsaturated fatty acid. (In addition they provide a small amount of the essential fatty acid called linoleic acid, and a very small amount of alpha-linolenic acid, an omega-3 fatty acid.) The high monounsaturated fat content of olives has been associated with reduced risk of cardiovascular disease. When diets low in monounsaturated fat are altered to increase the monounsaturated fat content (without becoming too high in total fat), research study participants typically experience a decrease in their blood cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, and LDL:HDL ratio. All of these changes lower our risk of heart disease.