Allium Intolerance? Manayi has your back

We introduced our olive paste products to the market in 2023. The response from consumers was overwhelmingly positive, with accolades pouring in from food critics and enthusiasts alike. Our crowning achievement was a Gold Medal recognition at the 2023 Nourish Awards.

So what is Allium Intolerance?

Crafted from premium black olives harvested from our grove,  and praised for its authentic taste and intense flavour, the paste offers a symphony of taste sensations that is also allium intolerance. We got your back.

Allium intolerance is a relatively uncommon condition that occurs when an individual is unable to tolerate certain types of foods from the allium family. The allium family includes onions, garlic, leeks, chives, and shallots. While these foods are commonly used to add flavour to many different dishes, for those with allium intolerance, it can cause significant discomfort and disruption to daily life. Digestive discomfort, skin rashes and respiratory issues are the common symptoms.

Tips on how best to use this tasty and healthy condiment.

Dip:

Mix black olive paste with Greek yogurt or sour cream for a delicious dip that’s perfect for vegetables or pita bread.

Pasta Sauce:

Combine black olive paste with diced tomatoes, olive oil, and fresh herbs for a quick and easy pasta sauce.

Sandwich Spread:

Spread black olive paste on bread or wraps with a fresh slice of tomato for a flavourful alternative to mayonnaise or mustard.

Pizza Topping:

Use black olive paste as a pizza topping, along with your favourite vegetables and cheeses.

 

Our paste products are now back in stock – OLIVE PASTE