The 10 Best Olive Pitters

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This wiki has been updated 21 times since it was first published in February of 2016. Whether you use olives to dress up pizzas and salads or simply enjoy them on their own as a delicious, low-calorie snack, one of these pitters will take all the grunt work out of the preparation process by removing the stone quickly and easily. Many of the models we've selected are also useful for cherries and dates, too, making them a versatile kitchen tool. When users buy our independently chosen editorial selections, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best olive pitter on Amazon.

10. ChirRay Multipurpose

9. Mekbok Clever Compact

8. Norpro 5119

7. Chef'n QuickPit

6. Matfer Bourgeat Westmark

5. Cuisipro 747151

4. Oxo Good Grips 1255180

3. Pit Puncher Remover

2. Idoker Tool

1. ProTensils 6CP

Editor's Notes

July 26, 2019:

Fans of Mediterranean food are likely well aware that a solid pit remover is a must-have in the kitchen. These tools remove stones efficiently so you can serve your guests quickly, and without having to slave away extracting pits with awkward tools that aren't intended for this very specific purpose. There are options here that are perfect for snack time, in addition to models that have slots for more than one olive, so you can process a greater volume in less time.

The Gonicc Zinc Alloy has been excluded from the list due to confirmed complaints regarding quality. The ChirRay Multipurpose, on the other hand, is a new addition, added for its unusual, yet simple, design and effectiveness on a variety of fruits.

Taber Koeghan
Last updated on July 28, 2019 by Taber Koeghan

Taber is a writer from Santa Monica, CA, with a bachelor of arts in political science from the University of California, San Diego. After completing her degree, she began writing and editing copy for a host of high-traffic e-commerce websites. Her areas of expertise include the beauty, style, pet, and home products categories, and she has plenty of experience covering literature and art, too. Her personal interests in crafting and decorating inform her writing and -- she hopes -- add a good bit of insight to her work. Outside of copywriting, she is a reporter and columnist at a Los Angeles community newspaper and is currently pursuing a master of fine arts in creative writing.

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