Paté of Black Olives

Paté of Black Olives 180 g cylindrical jar

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Description

Product trade name: Olive pate.
Product definition C ream made from black olives.
Botanical name of the main
ingredient Composition /
Ingredients: Ingredients: 90% pitted black olives, olive oil, salt. Acidity regulator: citric acid.
Allergens:
May contain traces of:
Net weight: 180 g
External aspect: glass jar closed with metal capsule.
Storage conditions At room temperature, away from sunlight. Store in the refrigerator within 3 days after opening
Use of the product and indications for
consumers
The consumption of the product is not recommended for the feeding of children under the age of 36 months, and for low-sodium diets.
Consumption methods: to be consumed as it is
Duration (shelf life) to be consumed preferably within: three years from the production date
Physical parameters Organoleptic
parameters Brownish-colored cream Bouquet: of olives. Taste: pleasant of olives.
Productive process: Rough production process: pot packing, encapsulation, heat treatment, labeling, warehouse storage.
Chemical parameters PH <= 4.6
Microbiological parameters – sulphite reducing clostridia <10 U / gr
– faecal coliforms <10 U / gr
– total coliforms <10 U / gr
– listeria monocitogenes absent U / gr
– salmonella absent U / gr
– golden staphylococci <50 U / gr
– yeasts <100 U / fc
– mold <100 U / fc
– bacillus cereus <100 U / fc
Average nutritional table per 100gr. of product Energy 305 Kcal / 1257 Kj
Total fats: 29.3 g
of which saturated: 7.1 g
Carbohydrates: 1.5 g
of which sugars: 1.5 g
Proteins: 2.4 g
Salt: 6.9 g
GMO declaration Based on information received from our. suppliers and knowledge acquired so far, we declare that the product does not originate from genetically modified organisms.
Packing method: loose pots on the platform re-wrapped with stretch film or packaged in thermo packs in Polypropylene or Polythene of 6/9/12/15 pieces
Transport and distribution method It is possible to transport with any vehicle, the distribution takes place both through our. means than through external suppliers