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Olive Tapenade: A salty, garlicky, lemony snack, condiment, or appetizer. Like my Green Olive Tapenade, this olive tapenade recipe takes ten minutes to whip up and is make ahead easy! It’s delicious on its own or with Easy Artichoke Hummus or on an Italian Pressed Sandwich. This recipe is vegetarian, vegan + gluten-free. [ VIDEO in recipe card below ]

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This post was first published in 2015 and was updated December 2021. The recipe remains unchanged.

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Everyone Loves Olive Tapenade!

You know those recipes that you make over and over again and can rely on every time? This easyOlive Tapenade Recipeis it! From the pickiest of eaters to the vast array of friends and family with varying diets, just about everyone can agree on this recipe. It uses 10 freshingredientsand takes only 10 minutes to make.

My taste for briny/saltyflavorsis no secret. Olives tend to soothe salty cravings but add a couple oftablespoonsofcapersto the mix, and their brinyflavortakes thisolive tapenade recipeover the top! And did I mention it’s SO easy?

Stock Up on Olives

Olives are a pantry staple. They make a quicksnackand add a good bit of briny/saltyflavorto any recipe they’re a part of. Olives are especially tasty in Italian recipes like PastaPuttanesca, andSourdough Pizzaas well assaladslike thisSpinach Pecan Brown RiceSaladandFarro Kale and OliveSalad.

I’ve also included olives in this completely deliciousOlive ArtichokeCrostinirecipe.

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Quick Guide: How to Make Olive Tapenade Recipe

I make thisolive tapenade recipewithoutanchovy filletsopting forcapers instead. They’re a perfect stand-in for that briny/salty flavoranchoviesare known for. Whip this tapenade recipe up in thefood processoras a relish, spread ordip. In summary, here’s how to do it (see recipe card for details):

  • First:add olives,capers, sun-driedtomatoes, freshgarlic cloves,oregano, parsley,basil,lemon juice,olive oil,andblack pepperto afood processor.
  • Next:pulse until you get the desired consistency.
  • Last: garnish withparsley leavesanddrizzlewitholive oil.

Store in anairtightcontainer (I like Mason jars) in therefrigerator for up two weeks (!!).

This tapenade recipe is salty enough due to the capersand olives; however, feel free to add a pinch ofsaltto taste if needed. Jennifer commented below about lower salt: you can “rinse the olives and capers prior to processing” and then add salt to taste.

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Make an Olive Spreador Relish

The main difference inconsistencybetween a spread and relish is how long the ingredients are processed in thefood processor. When making this flavorful olive tapenade recipe,pulsetheingredientsto reach the desiredconsistency.

  • Chunky: make tapenade more like a relish to share alone or withhummus; simplypulsethe contents just a few times.
  • Spread: make tapenade spreadable for sandwiches,pita breadorbaguette slices.

You can’t go wrong either way; this tapenade isdelicious and devoured by all!

What Do You Eat with Olive Tapenade?

There are many ways to enjoy olive tapenade. Here are some ideas to get you started!

  • Dollop tapenade on Sourdough Pizza or Gluten Free Sourdough Pizzajust before baking.
  • Scoop up with Sourdough Discard Crackers.
  • Share it alongside Spanakopita Triangles.
  • Share with your favorite cheeses on a cheese board.
  • Share it chunky on top of hummus like Easy Artichoke Hummus or Roasted Eggplant Hummus.
  • Offer tapenade as a dip with crackersorcrostini.
  • Stuff it into Sourdough Pita withhummus, cucumbers, andtomatoes.
  • Enjoy it as asandwich spreadwith cream cheese or make an epic Italian Pressed Sandwich.
  • Tapenade is super tasty with whipped feta.
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Expert Tips

  • Make Ahead? Yes Please! Make up to three days ahead of when needed.
  • Relish or Spread?The main difference inconsistencybetween a spread and relish is how long it is processed in thefood processor. For a relish,pulseonly a few times. For a spread, process until almost a paste forms.
  • Lower Salt: If you prefer lower salt, rinse the olives and capers before processing, then adjust the salt to taste.
  • Variation: Olive tapenade tastes best with a mix of olives. I like Kalamata olives,black olives,and butteryripe green olivesin this recipe.Castelvetrano olivesmay be subbed; just be sure to remove thepits or look for already-pitted olives.

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  • Habanero Carrot Salsa
  • Mushroom Crostini with Goat Cheese
  • Chipotle Black Bean Dip
  • Roasted Tomatillo Salsa Verde
  • Smoky Roasted Eggplant Hummus

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10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe

Prep Time:10 minutes minutes

Total Time:10 minutes minutes

Servings:2 Cups

Calories:510kcal

Author:Traci York

Olive Tapenade: A salty, garlicky, lemony snack, spread or appetizer. This olive tapenade recipe takes ten minutes to whip up and is make ahead easy! This recipe is vegetarian, vegan + gluten free.

Ingredients

  • 2 1/2 cup (345 grams) Mixed Pitted Olives such as Black, Kalamata, ripe Green, drained
  • 2 Tablespoons Capers drained
  • 2 Tablespoons Marinated Sun Dried Tomatoes drained
  • 1 Tablespoon Garlic chopped
  • 1 Tablespoon Oregano dried
  • 4 Tablespoons Fresh Parsley Leaves chopped, or 1 Tbs dried
  • 1 Tablespoon Fresh Basil Leaves chopped, or 1 tsp dried
  • 1 Tablespoon Lemon Juice about 1/2 a lemon
  • 1/4 cup (50 grams) Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • A few grinds of black pepper

Instructions

  • In the bowl of a food processor fitted with the S blade, add the olives, capers, tomatoes, garlic, oregano, parsley, basil, lemon juice, olive oil, and black pepper.

  • For a relish, pulse a few times, then scrape down the bowl. Pulse a few more times, and the relish will be ready.

  • For a chunky spread (pictured here), pulse up to 15-17 times, stopping to scrape down the bowl a few times.

  • For a spreadable tapenade, process until a paste is formed, stopping to scrape down the bowl a few times.

  • Garnish with parsley leaves and olive oil for drizzling.Store in a covered container in the refrigerator for up two weeks.

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Notes

Serve with crackers, a baguette, pita or veggies such as cucumber, or celery, it can also be enjoyed as a spread or relish on sandwiches, or toast. It’s fabulous too on top of Easy Artichoke Hummus, Red Bell Pepper Hummus and as bruschetta or on crostini.

Nutrition is provided as a courtesy and is an estimate. If this information is important to you, please have it verified independently.

Serving: 1C | Calories: 510kcal | Carbohydrates: 12g | Protein: 3g | Fat: 53g | Saturated Fat: 7g | Sodium: 2882mg | Potassium: 284mg | Fiber: 7g | Sugar: 3g | Vitamin A: 1417IU | Vitamin C: 16mg | Calcium: 119mg | Iron: 2mg

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  1. 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (16)Dawn

    This tapenade is outstanding! I made it for Christmas Eve and all my guests loved it. Is is a keeper!

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    • 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (17)Traci

      Super happy to read your note, Dawn! Thank you SO much!

      Reply

  2. 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (18)Angie

    Traci. I want to make this for a friend as an Christmas gift (big foodie). How long can it last in the fridge or how close to Christmas should I make it, or is there a way to can it. This really sounds good and I know he will love it

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    • 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (19)Traci

      Hi Angie! This recipe will store for up to two weeks in the fridge. I do not recommend canning the tapenade. It makes a fabulous gift (love how you’re planning ahead, and for a delicious foodie gift)! Keep me posted!

      Reply

  3. 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (20)Kim

    10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (21)
    Excellent tapenade. So quick and easy to make. Goes well with charcuterie platters, on a sandwich, or a great topping on hummus. Thank you for sharing this recipe.

    Reply

  4. 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (22)Jennifer

    I like this recipe. A good thing would be to soak the olives and capers overnight in water to reduce the salt.

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    • 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (23)Traci

      Hi Jennifer! So happy to hear you enjoyed the recipe. Thank you for your note and tip about soaking the olives and capers!

      Reply

  5. 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (24)MaryAnn | The Beach House Kitchen

    Love this olive tapenade Traci! I’d gobble it straight from the bowl, as a side or on a sandwich! So delicious. LOVE the new video too!

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    • 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (25)Traci

      Thank you Mare… I love its versatility too! So easy to make and delicious on all the things!

      Reply

  6. 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (26)Laurie Shourd

    10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (27)
    I made this once and found it too salty for my taste. The second time I rinsed the olives and capers and liked it much better. Delicious!

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    • 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (28)Traci

      Hi Laurie! Thank you for your note, giving the recipe a go and sharing your tip! SO happy you were able to adapt the recipe to your taste.

      Reply

  7. 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (29)Jutta

    What is a serving size? 510 calories per? It must be a large serving! Also, when I tried to pin this recipe, it didn’t come up as the olive tapenade, it was just your website. Perhaps I missed the actual recipe pin?

    Jutta

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    • 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (30)Traci

      Hi Jutta – I’m sorry for the confusion. The serving size is 2 Cups (top right corner of the recipe card), so 510 calories is per cup, which makes it 32 calories per Tablespoon. I don’t know what’s going on with the recipe pin… with I click on the grey circle P at the top and bottom of the post, it brings up a new page with all the pins available, so it’s working on my end. I hope this helps!

      Reply

    • 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (33)Traci

      Hii Melissa! Did you make the Italian pressed sandwich too? So happy to hear you like the olive tapenade! So simple and totally mouthwatering. Thank you for your note!

      Reply

      • 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (34)Denise

        WoW! I already make your tapenade recipe that I LOVE!!! Now my next project is to make that super Italian sandwich with it! Thank you! Denise from Montreal

        Reply

  8. 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (35)Amy

    This tampenade is delicious! I buy some of the ingredients from my grocer’s olive bar. When done making, I add desired spoonfuls to bowl and combine with 2 (6oz) cans albacore tuna, drained and crumbled feta cheese for a mayo free tuna salad. Tastes great stuffed in pita bread for lunch.

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    • 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (36)Traci

      Hi Amy! Thank you so much for coming back, leaving a note and your tips! I love how versatile this spread/dip/relish is too!

      Reply

    • 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (37)Lisa

      Amy
      That’s sounds delicious! I’m going to try that. The tapenade is delicious on its own!

      Reply

  9. 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (38)Marilyn

    10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (39)
    Olive tapenade is great with hummus. Good, healthy snack

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    • 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (40)Traci

      Mmmmm… agreed! Thank you for your note, Marilyn!

      Reply

  10. 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (41)sue kluver

    I want to make this up ahead of time for a family trip….will it keep in the fridge, covered for up to three weeks, I mean, generally, olives keep for several months in the fridge so why wouldn’t this keep as well?

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    • 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (42)Traci

      Hi Sue, thank you for your note… since I wrote this recipe I’ve stored it in the fridge for, I think, up to a month! It lasts and lasts. I wouldn’t hesitate making it in advance for your family trip! Y’all have fun!

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      • 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (43)sue kluver

        10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (44)
        Thank you SO much for responding!! I am experimenting a bit here…I plan to make the tapenade to enjoy as it is and also to add some to cream cheese for a nice alternate cracker spread. I’m excited to give it a try! Thanks again!

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  11. 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (45)Angelica

    10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (46)
    I had my husband make this for a family gathering over the summer. It was such a great hit. Thanks.

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    • 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (47)Traci

      So happy to hear, Angelica! Thank you for your note! :D

      Reply

  12. 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (48)Claudia

    10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (49)
    This is a great tapenade. I am bringing it to a community theatre event to spread on mini toast. Hope others are as excited about it as I am.

    Reply

  13. 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (50)Karen

    10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (51)
    This was my first time making this. Delish and was a hit. I served it with thinly sliced baguette and goat cheese. Will make this again for sure.

    Reply

  14. 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (52)Jess

    I’ve made this twice now in the last month for friend’s birthdays and each time is been devoured within an hour. Absolutely brilliant recipe!

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  15. 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (53)Rouu

    I really loved this recipe :) thanks dear

    greetings from Egypt

    Reply

  16. 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (54)hanna

    10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (55)
    Tanks a lot for this recipes! its so goog! we loved it!

    hanna

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    • 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (56)Traci

      Hooray Hanna! Thank you for sharing! Day made!

      Reply

  17. 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (57)Denise

    Hello Traci, I was looking for an appetizer to start a theme for co*cktail time on New Year’s Eve this year. Your tapenade is what inspired me the most. The ingredients are so mouth watering. I just made it this afternoon and just had to treat myself a bit. WOW! Delicious! My guests will love it, I’m sure. Thanks for sharing this tapenade!

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    • 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (58)Traci

      Hooray Denise! So happy you love it and thank you for sharing your success! :D This is a snack I have on hand pretty regularly. It’s just so darn good and easy to whip up! I find I often have to make a double batch because it goes so fast! Have a fabulous new year my dear!

      Reply

  18. 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (59)Anjali @ Vegetarian Gastronomy

    I just made this tapenade for our holiday party tomorrow to serve on crackers! Easy, simple, and a great addition to the rest of our menu! Thanks!

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    • 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (60)Traci

      Hooray! You’re welcome, Anjali. :D Thank you for sharing!

      Reply

  19. 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (61)Emilie @ The Clever Carrot

    10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (62)
    Ha! I’m the exact same way about capers! Show me some salty briny olives, and I’m all over that too! So funny… Love the idea of tapenade by the way, although I haven’t had it in ages. I need to make this recipe, grab a bottle of Rose, and pretend I’m in Provence (baguette included). Just beautiful! xx

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    • 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (63)Traci

      Oh I know! Capers are amazing and so flavorful. I need to buy them in bulk because those little jars hardly last anytime around here! No doubt, an easy and quick recipe to whip up. I”ll pretend too, were in Provence together, with wine and plenty of baguettes… oh and an accordion is a must! hehe! xx https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ebv9VeW1u74

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  20. 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (64)Geraldine | Green Valley Kitchen

    All I can say is YUM. I love olives, Traci – I put them in almost all my salads – so I just love this tapenade – the more olives the better! I’m envious that you went to the Blogger conference – did you learn a lot? All the food, seminars and wine tasting must have been amazing. Beautiful pictures as always – I just want to slather some on french bread!

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    • 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (65)Traci

      Yes, in your salads! I’ve seen them and I love em’ every time! You know your olives! Yes, I learned, but found too, that there were things I already knew too, which was nice because last year I was clueless! They’re having it in California next year, so in your neck of the woods. Thank you, Geraldine! :D

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  21. 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (66)Mary Ann | The Beach House Kitchen

    Traci, this olive tapenade sounds absolutely right up my alley! I totally love olives and serve them at parties with cheese, crackers and marcona almonds all the time! I will definitely be trying this for my next get together. I love the addition of the sun dried tomatoes. I’ll be enjoying it with a nice glass of red! Cheers! Thanks for sharing!

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    • 10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (67)Traci

      Oh, I hope you’ll give this a go Mary Ann.. it’s just perfect for sharing, and that wine, well, you know I’m in! :D

      Reply

10-Minute Olive Tapenade Recipe (so easy! + video) (2024)

FAQs

How long will olive tapenade keep? ›

Any opened jar of store-bought tapenade in the refrigerator should be consumed within two weeks for the best quality. Homemade versions might have a shorter lifespan, usually around seven days, due to the absence of commercial preservatives.

What do you eat with Trader Joe's olive tapenade? ›

Serve it with pita chips, crackers, or toasted baguette. Enjoy as a spread for sandwiches, a dip for fresh vegetables or crostini, mix into hummus, spoon onto grilled fish, steak or chicken.

What are the ingredients in Trader Joe's olive tapenade? ›

Ingredients. Black olives (ferrous sulfate gluconate to stabilize color), green olives, canola oil, olive oil, fresh roasted garlic, capers, red pimientos, mustard, spices.

Is olive tapenade good for cholesterol? ›

A Symphony of Health Benefits

Olive tapenade is a melody of ingredients that sing with health benefits. The star of the show, olives, are renowned for their high content of heart-healthy monounsaturated fats, particularly oleic acid, which can help lower bad cholesterol levels and improve cardiovascular health.

Is olive tapenade good for you? ›

A simple recipe originating from Marseille in Provence, made of olives, anchovies, capers, garlic and herbs, this black olive tapenade is packed with heart-healthy nutrients. It incorporates many essential ingredients of the Mediterranean Diet.

Can I freeze olive tapenade? ›

Freezer: Olive tapenade is freezer friendly! Transfer to glass jars, leave ½ inch head space, and freeze for up to 3 months. Thaw overnight in the refrigerator. More flavors: Switch up your fresh herbs to include fresh basil, fresh thyme, fresh parsley, Herbs de Provence, or sun-dried tomatoes.

Is Trader Joe's olive tapenade healthy? ›

The two olives complement each other in this tapenade from Trader Joe's. Olives are nutrient-rich and packed with healthy fats, antioxidants, and vitamins. This tapenade is a great way to get your daily dose of healthy olives!

Is olive tapenade French or Italian? ›

Tapenade has roots from all around Europe from Greece and Italy to France and Spain, and if there's one thing they all share is the love for it. You will often find it as a common appetizer in Southern France and Catalonia where it is known as Olivada.

What is the meaning of black olive tapenade? ›

Tapenade (French pronunciation: [tapəˈnad]; Occitan: tapenada [tapeˈnadɔ]) is a Provençal name for a spread, condiment and culinary ingredient consisting of puréed or finely chopped olives, capers, and sometimes anchovies.

What is the saltiest olive? ›

Kalamata olives are generally saltier than their green cousins, so their flavor is much more intense. Both Kalamata and Ligurian olives work great in a Summer Bolognese alongside torn basil leaves and salty parmesan.

What is a good substitute for olive tapenade? ›

If you are opposed to olives, a thick pesto would be a good substitute. You could also substitute the olives with another vegetable of your choice, such as peppers.

Are there different types of tapenade? ›

However, nowadays, tapenade doesn't just mean olive spread - through the years, it has almost become an umbrella term for a wide variety of pates, mostly made of different types of vegetables. From tomato to mushroom and even eggplant tapenade, there is no end to all the decadent pastes you can make!

Should you avoid olive oil if you have high cholesterol? ›

Olive oil may help lower cholesterol levels as part of a healthy, balanced diet. EVOO undergoes the least processing and retains the most polyphenols, which may be important in reducing LDL cholesterol and increasing HDL cholesterol. People can consume EVOO raw or as an ingredient in many dishes.

How many olives can I eat a day? ›

In fact, some nutritionists recommend eating approximately seven olives a day (for a healthy adult), as part of a balanced diet.

Can diabetics eat olives? ›

Helps manage your blood sugar levels. People eating diets high in monounsaturated fat, like the kind found in olives, tend to have better blood sugar control, says Peart.

How long does olive tapenade keep in the fridge? ›

Storing Instructions

Keep it stored in a covered container in the fridge and it will stay fresh for up to 2 weeks. It would be a miracle if you managed to keep it that long though! It's way too delicious.

How long does open tapenade last? ›

Keep refrigerated after opening & consume within 2 weeks of opening. Faithful to its tradition and its know-how for culinary creations, Oliviers&Co. wanted to highlight the black and green tapenade, a great classic of Mediterranean cuisine.

How long do olives in oil last in the fridge? ›

Unopened cans of olives keep up to one year on a cool, dry shelf. Once you have opened a can, store the olives completely submerged in their own liquid in a covered container in the refrigerator for one to two weeks. Olives bought in bulk and stored steeped in oil keep several months in the refrigerator.

How long until olives go bad in the fridge? ›

Even once opened, jarred olives will remain fresh for 12 to 18 months, provided they are sealed and stored properly in the fridge. By contrast, olives from the olive bar will only last in the fridge for up to three weeks. Storing olives in brine will help them retain their flavor and prevent quick spoilage.

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