PICUAL

The fruit, the olive, is a succulent and very oily drupe from 1 to 3.5 cm long, ovoid or somewhat globose, green at the beginning, which requires a year to acquire a black-purple color at full maturity. The fruit is collected by differentiating between the “soil olives” and the “flying olives” to offer a better quality in the oil produced. Its oil presents great stability. With a milky yellowish color, its flavor is slightly spicy and bitter with fruity smell.

NUTRITION FACTS

Average values per 100 g

CALORIES

TOTAL FAT
OF WHICH:
SATURATED
MONOUNSATURATED
POLYUNSATURATED

TOTAL CARBOHYDRATES
OF WHICH:
SUGARS
DIETARY FIBERS PROTEINS
SALT

3700Kj/900 Kcal

100 g

15,58 g
79,05 g
5,39 g

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