Artichoke Lemon Pesto

7 reviews
ENZO Olive Oil Company Artichoke Lemon Pesto
7 reviews

Artichoke Lemon Pesto

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When you’re tired of convention, try this fresh take on a classic pesto. Buttery, aromatic olive oil meets tongue-tingling lemon and mild, earthy artichoke for a clean, tart taste that scorns tradition.

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With bittersweet notes of citrus and almond, this artichoke lemon variety is a must-try for any pesto lover. We know, we've tried it dozens of times. We adore its squat little jar, where creamy white artichokes swim in rich, golden olive oil. High-quality ingredients make for a taste clean and smooth as fresh laundry on a Sunday afternoon. In pesto form, obviously.

Enzo's olive oils are 100% homegrown and homemade, and they're using responsible irrigation practices to protect their farmland.
Artichokes, ENZO Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Parmesan Cheese (Milk), Lemon Juice, Parsley, Garlic, Salt View Nutrition Facts

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Shaking up olive oil production for the better

Though olive oil has been around for millennia, modern oil production isn't always great for the environment. Soil erosion, water scarcity, and the use of pesticides are just a few problems, not to mention the fact that most olive oil comes from Europe, which means it has to be transported elsewhere. Enter Enzo Olive Oil Company. For four generations, the Ricchiuti family has been farming in the San Joaquin Valley, which boasts an optimal climate for plants with Mediterranean origins. Enzo grows 100% of their olives and crafts all of their oils onsite. This limits the effects of transportation and allows them to guarantee environmental integrity. They avoid chemicals, use drip irrigation to cut down on water usage, and recycle water waste to help with soil erosion and dust.

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ENZO Olive Oil Company

The story of the Enzo Olive Company begins in 1914 with the Ricchiuti family and Vincenzo Ricchiuti’s voyage from Italy to California, bringing along his passion for vegetable growing. Generations later, they entered the olive oil business in 2008 and it has taken off ever since. Following a family tradition of excellence, Enzo has never stopped its pursuit of making high quality products.

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How to use

Spoon some onto toasted ciabatta for a tart, earthy take on common bruschetta.

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Suzanne C.
United States

Amazing stuff!

Very tasty, none of that vinegar taste that overwhelms most jarred products. Just tastes like artichoke which I love. Great on crackers or a cheese sandwich

Cathy L.
United States United States


I used this as a dip. I couldn't get enough of it!!

Shiva M.
United States United States

Healthy and delish

I liked this pesto. Tasted good and was very healthy.

Guy C.
United States United States

needs more oil and lemon

on the dry side, the lemon was basically non existent.

Ciara G.
United States United States

This is a great product I would recommend. The only important thing to be aware of is that it does contain some after shells left over from artachoke.