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DOP Bella di Cerignola Olives from Puglia by Fratepietro Farm

Fratepietro Farm has taken its olive business to heart, since 1890, and produces both green and black Bella di Cerignola olives of exquisite quality. Bella di Cerignola olives are extremely delicate to harvest and the Fratepietro family exercises great care in monitoring all steps of production and ensuring these olives are among the best you can find on the world market. Unbruised, perfectly shaped Bella di Cerignola are picked in October, at ideal maturity, sorted by size, gently rinsed in a soda wash to take away any trace of bitterness, rinsed over and over and finally soaked in salt brine--the salt is the pure one from the Natural Preserve Margherita di Savoia Salt Planes.

About the Producer

Gustiamo, Inc.

Bronx, NY

Website: http://www.gustiamo.com/

Gustiamo, Inc. - Italy's Best Foods - is a premier selector, importer and distributor of authentic artisanal foods from all regions of Italy. Founded by Italian natives in 2000, Gustiamo's top-quality catalog of Italian ingredients is sourced among the best Italian artisans, with an uncompromising eye to purity, sustainability and authenticity. Products include Vesuvio-grown rare tomato varieties; DOP San Marzano; small estate “filiera owned” extra virgin olive oils; long dried, bronze extruded artisanal pasta, and regional, hard-to-find specialties, such as colatura, anchovie sauce, “stratto” Sicilian tomato concentrate and “DOP” Bella di Cerignola Olives from Puglia, just to name a few.


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