Cerignola olive

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Olive (Olea europaea)

Cerignola: Also known as Bella di Cerignola,[1] is an olive cultivar from Italy.

Cerignola olives are very large, mild in flavor, and may be served either green or cured red[2] or black.[3] The variety, which originates from the south-eastern Italian province of Apulia and is named for the town of Cerignola, is popular for table olives.[4]


Bella di Cerignola, Cerignolana, Cerignola de la Rioja, and Cerignola Pendola.[5]


  1. ^ Carol Helstosky (2009), Food Culture in the Mediterranean, Greenwood Publishing Group, p. 31, ISBN 978-0-313-34626-2
  2. ^ "The Red Bella di Cerignola Olive". www.delallo.com/. Retrieved 22 January 2015.
  3. ^ Fine Cooking in Season: Your Guide to Choosing and Preparing the Season's Best, Taunton Press, 2011, ISBN 978-1-60085-303-6
  4. ^ Stan Kailis; David John Harris (2007), Producing Table Olives, Landlinks Press, p. 62, ISBN 978-0-643-09203-7
  5. ^ "The Red Bella di Cerignola Olive". www.oleadb.it. Retrieved 11 July 2018.