A little about the origin of the name KALAMATA: Kalamata is a Peloponnese city in southern Greece. It was the blessed land that gave rise to the name of this fruit, olive of modest size and dark color. On the outside she does not sigh, beauty is not her forte, but she has a delicate taste, unique, unmistakable, pure expression of the terroir of the region. It is not famous here, but worldwide it is considered a delicacy that can not miss the table in major festivities.
By some it is considered the best olive in the world. The modern name Kalamata derives from Καλάμαι, Kalámai. Kalamata's sonic resemblance to the phrase "Kalá Matia" which means "good eyes" led to various popular interpretations of its origin.
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