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Burrata di Bufala

Delitia’s Burrata di Bufala is produced using pasteurized water buffalo milk from Cooperativa La Contadina in the Campania region of Italy. The cooperative collects milk from 20 local farms within 10 miles of the production facility and is delivered daily. Once the milk is received, the cheese is made within the same day. In turn, our exporter is timing these shipments to arrive...

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Wild Mushroom Mix

A mix of wild mushrooms marinated in sunflower oil, spices, garlic, white wine vinegar, and bell peppers. Serve with anti-pasti along side some Pecorino or use for cooking and saute with chicken and fresh tomatoes.

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Provolone Piccante

Provolone Piccante is far removed from your typical deli style Provolone. It’s aged around 10-12 months, enough time for the mild flavors to intensify. Flavors are sharp and tangy, with a lingering finish. Best eaten with some sweet Prosciutto and a glass of Barolo.

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Toma del Nonno

Toma del Nonno translates to ‘grandad’s cheese’ and honors Pietro Sepertino who founded the company with his wife Genia in the 1930s. This cheese is made with pasteurized cow’s milk to which cream is added to create a smooth silky texture, much like a very young Fontina. The flavors are clean, with simple lemon and buttery notes. It’s the perfect table cheese, and also...

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Parbleu di Capra

Piemonte gains its gastronomic fame for its truffles, hazelnuts (home of Nutella), and most importantly wine (Barolo and Barbaresco). Piemonte is often referred to as the Burgundy of Italy because of its many small family wineries, but it is also home to a variety of traditional cheeses and small family dairies. And on the cheese side, most interestingly Piemonte is one of the few...

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Prosciutto Italiano – Olivia

Made in Italy, this Prosciutto is aged for 12 months minimum to allow the flavors to develop. With a low price point, but great flavor, it’s perfect for food service.

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Taralli Con Peperoncino

Taralli are a classic snack in Puglia, the heel of Italy. These small rings are dense, more reminiscent of a biscuit than a cracker. Mitica’s Taralli are simply made with wheat, white wine, and extra virgin olive oil. Try serving them with your anti pasti plate, and make sure to serve with a classic Italian wine like a Barbera.

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Taralli Classic

Taralli are a classic snack in Puglia, the heel of Italy. These small rings are dense, more reminiscent of a biscuit than a cracker. Mitica’s Taralli are simply made with wheat, white wine, and extra virgin olive oil. Try serving them with your anti pasti plate, and make sure to serve with a classic Italian wine like a Barbera.

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Asiago Fresco 1/4 Wheel

This 30-40 day aged DOP cow’s milk cheese is produced in the provinces of Vicenza, Trento, Padova and Treviso. The cheese is white or straw yellow in color with small to medium sized holes. It’s taste is fresh and slightly sweet.

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Divina Wild Mushroom Mix

An earthy, and meaty mix of wild mushrooms in a zesty marinade with chiles and strips of crisp bell peppers. Mix it into a garden salad or sauté it with chicken.

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