We all know that we love olives.
From their unique aroma to their rich flavour, we all love to eat olives on the side.
And while we can’t deny the popularity of olives in the Mediterranean, we can all agree that the olives of Canada aren’t quite the same.
According to a new report, there are more than 20 different olive varieties available in Canada.
According a recent poll by the Canadian Olive Association, we are only seeing about 10 percent of our grocery store supply of olive varieties.
But we are also seeing more varieties in grocery stores than ever before.
Here are 10 olive varieties that will get you started on your olives quest.1.
French Lace, Alberta2.
Sweet Pea, Manitoba4.
Lillie’s Vineyard, British Columbia5.
Golden Calf, British Colombia6.
Oasis of the Atlantic, Nova Scotia7.
Pomegranate, Nova Scotian8.
Cactus Garden, British Canada9.
Perennial Oats, OntarioThe most famous olive varieties in Canada are the French Laces, Bluebell and Sweet Peas.
These varieties are all produced in the United States, and both varieties have been available at grocery stores for more than 30 years.
However, the Bluebell variety has been available since the early 2000s, so we know that it is still pretty popular.
The French Laced variety has also seen a significant growth in popularity over the years, as have the Sweet Peacocks and Lillies.
However a recent survey revealed that the Blueberry variety is the most popular of the Canadian olive varieties, with almost 1 in 5 Canadians purchasing it.1:00 This is a photo of the Oasis oasis in Nova Scotia.
The Oasis is the largest oasis on the island of Nova Scotia and the largest garden in the province.
The Oasis has over 5,000 different plants and flowers.
This is an area with so many plants and plants that it’s easy to miss.
It’s a beautiful place to see plants, so it’s worth taking time to visit.1,000:00 Pomegans Garden, New BrunswickThis oasis has been around since 1996.
It is a beautiful oasis with over 8,000 varieties of plants and flowering plants.
It also has a fantastic view from the garden.1 of 3 Next→