Mediterranean diet

The Mediterranean Lifestyle has been studied and noted by scores of leading scientists as one of the healthiest in the world and also the best way to prevent many diseases.

Why is it good for you?

The Mediterranean Lifestyle is the best way to live many years with a high quality of life. It is also the best way to keep your body in shape, your skin clean and beautiful and your internal organs working properly.

People bound to the Mediterranean Lifestyle have extended life expectancies and a better quality of life. It has been used in the prevention of lung diseases, asthma, many allergies, Parkinson, Alzheimer, and also for preserving bone mass in elderly people. Recently, it has also been linked with low incidences of many types of cancer.

  • High consumption of virgin olive oil.
  • High intake of vegetables and fruits and vegetables.
  • Use of non refined carbohydrates (portions to be adjusted to physical activity).
  • Consumption of fish, specially oily (or “bluish” one) three or four times a week
  • Consumption of milk and derivatives, cheese and yogurt (the original cheese was fresh goat cheese). Keep an eye on the saturated fats of the dairy products.
    Do not consume too much!
  • Three or four eggs per week.
  • Moderate consumption of meat and saturated fats (natural, not artificially hydrogenated!).
  • One or two small glasses of wine a day, preferably red and at the main meals. White wine and beer are alternatives.

What are the health benefits of olives?

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Crespo Olives are nutritious, versatile and a must have in every kitchen! High in monounsaturates and low in carbohydrates, they are also an excellent source of Vitamin E! Great for snacking!


Tasty & wholesome olive snacks

Delicious snacks for on-the-go and kids love them too!


Antipasto olives & capers full of goodness

Perfect as a snack, starter or throwing in to your favourite dishes