Best Black Condiment Olives in 2020



Pearls 3.8 oz. Sliced Ripe Black Olives, 6-Cans Review:


The product is great. The pricing and the listing is very misleading. Although the listing claims the olives are "$.12 / ounce" you are actually paying much more. Here's the math: Six 3.8 ounce cans comes to a total of 22.8 ounces. Even if the product cost $22.80 you would be paying $1 per ounce. At $26.37 you are paying more than $1.15 an ounce. At the grocery store you might pay $2-3 for one can.



Pearls Olives To Go! 1.6 oz. Pimiento Stuffed Spanish Green Olives, 24-Cups Review:


I love these olives - for their taste, convenience, and serving size. I live alone and hate to buy a whole jar or can of olives, as they never get finished. Olives To Go are just perfect for people living alone, taking in a lunch, or just a snack. I see nothing on the package about non-refrigeration, but at the stores they're just on the shelf. I usually do refrigerate, as I think they taste better, but I'm not sure if you can store in the cupboard or not. They also have other selections - besides the whole black pitted olives , there are also sliced black olives, green olives with pimento, and a Greek Kalamata - those are what I've seen, there may be more.

You won't be disappointed in Olives To Go!



Pearls Olives To Go! 1.2 oz. Large Ripe Pitted Black Olives, 24-Cups Review:


I love these olives - for their taste, convenience, and serving size. I live alone and hate to buy a whole jar or can of olives, as they never get finished. Olives To Go are just perfect for people living alone, taking in a lunch, or just a snack. I see nothing on the package about non-refrigeration, but at the stores they're just on the shelf. I usually do refrigerate, as I think they taste better, but I'm not sure if you can store in the cupboard or not. They also have other selections - besides the whole black pitted olives , there are also sliced black olives, green olives with pimento, and a Greek Kalamata - those are what I've seen, there may be more.

You won't be disappointed in Olives To Go!



Roland Olives, Moroccan Oil-Cured Whole, 5 Pound Review:


The only oil cured olives available locally were marinated at 8 bucks a pound or old expensive, dried up, jarred olives. I was very excited when I saw these on Amazon but hesitated to pull the trigger because I had to buy 5 pounds. Well, the 5 pounds will not be a problem. The are the freshest, most plump and tastiest oil cured olives I have EVER eaten.

A tossed salad is one of my favorite easy meals but I had become tired of eating them. 10 to 15 of these olives, pitted and chopped, for a dinner sized salad for 2 people, add so much taste to the salad that I am enjoying it again.

I don’t think I will have a problem eating 5 pounds of them. I’m going to make marinated olives for holiday parties.



Marmarabirlik Exclusive Black Olive 28 oz (Kuru Sele) Review:


For those who are used to a normal sun dried olive, these are top quality. For those that are not familiar, they are like the Greek olives you get in a good Greek salad, but without being vinegar cured. Because they are not vinegar cured you get more of the beautiful olive flavor and a raisin like texture with no mushiness from being pickled in vinegar. This is great product... we only want twice as much for the money ;-)



Mario Camacho Foods Black Olives, Large Pitted, 6 Ounce Review:


My husband is a black olive nut. He has tried so many different brands, but he is in love with these Mario Camacho Foods Black Olives! The olives are from Spain and have a much better flavor that the boring California black olives. I love these too! We can easily gobble down an entire can in one sitting. Husband loves them in his bean burritos. I love them in cheese enchiladas. And, we both love them right out of the can! Yum!

Update 09/03/2019: For the bad reviews concerning the supposed CA Prop 65 warning;
Apparently, the negative reviewers have mistaken these Mario Olives for a different brand??? - I have been buying these Mario Large Pitted Black Olives for years and there is ABSOLUTELY NO, NO, NO CA Prop 65 warning on the cans, OR any issues with these olives! - These Mario Olives are imported from Spain and they do have a stronger olive flavor compared to California grown olives. I much prefer these Mario Olives for their stronger olive taste! - It is OK to give a lower review because you do not like the olives BUT is is totally NOT OK to give false information that these olives have a CA Prop 65 Warning on them!



Sunfood Olives, Black Botija, Herbed, Pitted, 8 Ounces, Organic, Raw Review:


We bought theses to use with some raw recipes and they are better than I thought they would be. They have a good taste without all the brine you have in the jars. Very tender, just wish I could buy more in bulk. Raw Olives are the way to go. I am very pleased with this product. I will be buying these again. jw



365 Everyday Value, Pitted Black Olives, Jumbo, 5.75 oz Review:


The ingredient label for this 5.25 ounce can of jumbo pitted olives is just olives, water and salt. They taste delicious and have a distinctive appearance because since they are not treated with ferrous gluconate they do not turn black. The olives retain their natural dark purple color.

The can in my pantry order had 25 olives measuring between one and one and a quarter inches long. Their large size means they can be stuffed with a variety of fillings using a pastry bag and tip but they are also excellent alone. They are shelf-stable with a Best By date 40 months in the future although this will vary.



Mario Camacho Sliced Black Olives, 2.25 Ounce Review:


I gobbled these up on top of the pizza and inside of the quesadilla with mushrooms. I highly recommend it. Don’t try them and ice cream though.