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Free shipping on Kalamata Greek olives thru 7/31..100% organic, kosher.... With extra 10% off at checkout!

MileHighClub1 192 38 July 30, 2016 at 12:07 PM in Condiments (6)
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Last Edited by annie930ny July 30, 2016 at 12:50 PM
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Found a great deal....taste some great, 4 pounds of organic. Kosher Kalamata Greek Olives, pitted or regular, $21.60 with free ship!!!!! If your like me, and wanting to eat healthy, Superolive.com has a awesome sale on bulk olives......great for salads and tapanades!!!

http://superolive.com/Free-Shippi...79702.aspx

http://superolive.com/Free-Shippi...79707.aspx
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just bot 2 at this price, thanks OP!
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Slick!!
Found a great deal....taste some great, 4 pounds of organic. Kosher Kalamata Greek Olives, pitted or regular, $21.60 with free ship!!!!! If your like me, and wanting to eat healthy, Superolive.com has a awesome sale on bulk olives......great for salads and tapanades!!!

http://superolive.com/Free-Shipping-Martinis-Greek-Kalamata-Pitted-Olives-Large-4-LBS-6OZ-Keg-Medite... [superolive.com]

http://superolive.com/Free-Shipping-Martinis-Greek-Kalamata-Whole-Olives-Large-4-Lbs-6-OZ-Mediterran... [superolive.com]
I suppose this deal is okay but the 2 major Mediterranean markets in San Diego have pitted kalamatas (non-Organic) for $1.99 per pound frequently. That is post-drain weight - olives and no liquid. Regular price is $3/lb which is still almost $10 cheaper than this deal and don't have to buy 4 lbs at a time. My next lowest price is Trader joes at $2 for 6 ounces post-drain. If neither of those options exist, this deal is good.
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just bot 2 at this price, thanks OP!
Bot is right. These olives are shilltastic!
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just bot 2 at this price, thanks OP!
I hope you eat a lot of olives because they expire in 2016
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good price....but go to any halal meat market or arab store and they got these barrells all the time for under $10
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Greek olives are unique in taste, but also in where they are available. They are only produced in Kalamata Greece. My Kroger carries them on their antipasto display for $9.99 a lb.
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Bot is right. These olives are shilltastic!
I wonder how much the shills make per post?
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I hope you eat a lot of olives because they expire in 2016
They will keep brined in salt.
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good price....but go to any halal meat market or arab store and they got these barrells all the time for under $10
For this exact product? Are those markets everywhere, you think the prices same anywhere in the states?
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Greek olives are unique in taste, but also in where they are available. They are only produced in Kalamata Greece. My Kroger carries them on their antipasto display for $9.99 a lb.
Describe the taste, texture of kalamata olives please? I tried it only once but it was so salty I had to spit it out. are these firmer like green olives with pits or softer ones? are these the dried wrinkly ones or the smooth football shaped ones? we really love olives, only made with salt and water though. I don't see where it says organic? Is that a plastic bottle? Know what number plastic? I would think gets softer the older it's gets. Expires end of the year?
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Last edited by marshe July 30, 2016 at 04:51 PM
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From the receipt (and label) from my 7/12/2016 visit to the Culver City Costco:

Parthenon Kalamata Olives #441995
Net weight 52.9 oz.
Drained weight 27.16 oz.

Priceā€¦

$6.99
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30 cents more via Amazon, same store https://www.amazon.com/Martinis-S...B002VX4IEI
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the olives in kalamata are better than bread and butter
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#GreekOlivesMatter
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For this exact product? Are those markets everywhere, you think the prices same anywhere in the states?

Describe the taste, texture of kalamata olives please? I tried it only once but it was so salty I had to spit it out. are these firmer like green olives with pits or softer ones? are these the dried wrinkly ones or the smooth football shaped ones? we really love olives, only made with salt and water though. I don't see where it says organic? Is that a plastic bottle? Know what number plastic? I would think gets softer the older it's gets. Expires end of the year?
If you take the time to actually click on the link the OP provided - most of your questions will be answered. I don't think you would appreciate a real Greek olive soaked in EVOO and red wine vinegar if one appeared on your plate. You prefer olives soaked in water and salt? Just too funny.
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