Is snacking on olives a thing? Is Lindsay trying to make it a thing? Do any of you snack on olives? I’m not going to judge you or anything if you do. Okay, maybe a little. Okay, maybe a lot, and if I invite you to a potluck picnic, I will make sure you’re not in charge of snacks… or beverages because I fear your idea of a beverage is olive oil. (Spotted by Rachel J at Safeway.)
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10 thoughts to “SPOTTED ON SHELVES: Lindsay Snack and Go! Olives”
i’ll fight anyone who eats goddamn olives like popcorn
stick em up
I have not snacked on these per se, but I do like them because I can open one of them to put on a pizza or in a greek salad or whatever without having a big open can or jar of olives sitting in the fridge until I throw it away because I don’t use olives all that often. However, kudos to Lindsay for trying something different and attempting to improve my olive consumption experience! Maybe I will try snacking on them and see how that works out. Or maybe I should just start drinking a lot more martinis to use up all the olives. Either way….
So you would pay $1.25 for a 1.3oz container of olives for your pizza instead of paying 89 cents for a 2.25oz can of olives just so you don’t “throw it away”? Seems financially irresponsible.
Sometimes peace of mind and less crap in your refrigerator is worth 36¢….at least it is to me!
And yes, my financial advisor has been riding my butt about my olive-related financial irresponsibility too. Happy Halloween!
Pearls brand started first with that concept.
Yes, there’s actually several brands of snack olives. It’s a thing. Although olives are not my thing.
I actually love black olives, and would enjoy these, but probably not the price.
If convenience factor is a motivator for incorporating more olives into your diet, you could fashion your own portion-controlled olive tubs with small, sealable containers. The containers would be reusable, as well as allow you to grab a small portion of olives easily on the fly. Not to mention, making your own would be cheaper. You could even buy a couple varieties and make mixed containers (an olive medley).
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