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Cerignola olives are large size olives often used as table olives. They can be either green or black skin and have a thick, meaty flesh. The flavor of Cerignola olives are mildly tart and buttery.
Cerignola olives are available late fall to early spring months.
Cerignola olives originated from the Italian town, Cerignola, where it gets its name. Cerignola olives are also known as Bella di Cerignola. The olives can be either black or green depending on the variety. Red Cerignola olives are also available but are not a natural variety, they are made by adding dye during the curing process. Cerignola olives can only be grown in a specific region of Puglia, Italy as they are protected by the D.O.P or the "Denominazione d' Origine Protetta", which means protected designation of origin.