Olives can keep your brain at its best by looking after your cells with its star antioxidants, vitamin E and polyphenols.

What nutrients in olives boost mood?
  •  Vitamin E
  •  Antioxidants
  •  Healthy Fats


*When eaten as part of a healthy varied diet.

How To Store And Prepare

  •  Fridge

Top Tip: Once you’ve opened a jar of olives, make sure you put them in the fridge to keep them fresh.

  •  Chop
  •  Whole
  •  Fry
  •  Grill

Top Tip: Olives are a very versatile food. Slice them for your salads, put them on your pizzas, marinate them in olive oil or eat them as a snack.

When Are They In Season?

Olives are in season from March to July.

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Did you know?

Olives are actually a fruit, even though they’re not sweet.

Nutrition Information Panel

Serving size: 40g( 10 olives, black or green drained)

  Av QTY Per serve %DI* Av QTY per 100g
Moisture 28g   70g
Energy 342kJ 4% 856kJ
Protein 0.8g 2% 2g
Total fat 8.2g 12% 20.5g
Saturated fat 1g 4% 2.6g
0.8g   2.1g
6g   14.9g
0.7g <1% 1.8g
Sugars 0g 0% 1.8g
Sodium 580mg 25% 1450g
Vitamin E 2mg 20% 5mg
384mg   960mg
Beta-carotene 112ug   280ug
Lutein &
204ug   510ug

Source: Aust Food Comp Data or ^ USDA
~ Av. figures from: Perpetuini et.al. 2020
*based on an average adult diet of 8700 kJ
“<” means less than

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