Mild Caciocapocollo Salami & Cheese 300g

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Mild Caciocapocollo Salami & Cheese 300g

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Caciocapocollo is a product that the San Vincenzo company has created by recovering a widespread local tradition in the early twentieth century. The Caciocapocollo is a cheese embrace around the typical regional cured meats, giving a riot of flavours. It is sliced with extreme simplicity and offers one of the most classic combinations: salami with cheese.

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  • Weight: 300g air-dried
  • Region: Calabria
  • Ingredients: 52% Capocollo meat and 48% Provola cheese
  • Storage temperature: < 8° C
  • Storage: in the fridge
  • Shelf-life: 100 days from the production date

Nutritional Information per 100g

Energy: 1830 kj
Energy alt: 437 kcal
Fat: 41.6 g
- of which saturates: 17.3 g
Carbohydrates: 1.1 g
- of which sugars: 0 g
Protein: 14.6 g
Salt: 3 g

Allergens: milk.

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Every day the tables of Calabria are set for a feast. Savouring the typical Calabrian cuisine becomes a real journey in the millennial gastronomic culture of the region, rich in flavours and aromas that reflect the variety and abundance of local products. Every village retains its traditions at the table and offers dishes worthy of being enjoyed by the most delicate palates: hand-made pasta; delicious sausages prepared according to ancient recipes that are jealously safeguarded; the traditions of preserved fruits and vegetables are handed down from one generation to another, in remembrance of a past, when prepared food in the summer to be consumed during the wintertime.


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