Olive fruit has been a part of human diet for thousands of years especially in the Mediterranean areas of Europe. Olive belongs to a group of fruits known as drupes or stone fruits and is similar to mangoes, cherries, peaches, almonds pistachios. Olives have a high vitamin E content along with numerous other powerful antioxidants. The most popular types of Olive varieties include Amfissa, Alfonso, Beldi Castelvetrano, Cerignola, Gaeta, Gordal, Kalamata, Liguria, Manzanilla, Mission, Nicoise, Nyon and Picholine. By large oil extracted from olive fruit is used for cooking purposes. Additionally, Olives are also consumed as table food in the form of pickles, salads and other delicacies.