Emilia Romagna

Truffle Mortadella Galliani

500gr

€14,50

VAT included

Ready to ship

Only fresh pork meat

With flakes of black truffle of Norcia

Lactose and gluten free

Description

The local Scapin producers wanted to do things for the best, creating a Mortadella that represented the ultimate in Italian goodness.

This delicacy contains within it flakes of black truffle of Norcia finely processed.
Thanks to this combination, each slice releases its unmistakable taste at the very first bite.

Thanks to first choice ingredients and to an entirely artisan workmanship, the taste is delicate and refined.
The absence of meat by-products, such as rind and rind emulsion, gives Mortadella Galliani al Tartufo a very high digestibility.

Did you know that this cured meat was already known and appreciated in Ancient Rome? So much so that both the writer Pliny the Elder and Varro talk about it; in the 15th century the Viscounts of Milan donated a fat ox to the city of Bologna to receive delicious mortadella in exchange.

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We prepare the order in 24-48 hours and shipping to Europe usually takes 2 or 3 days.

Our priority is to pack and ship the products safely. All the different types of cheese are vacuum sealed and we use dry ice and cool bags to keep the products fresh and their quality intact.

Wine and all bottles in general are shipped in inflatable bags, designed to protect them throughout their journey. Please note that all packaging can be easily reused.

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Pork meat, black truffle of Norcia, salt, natural flavors, antioxidant (sodium ascorbate), preservative (sodium nitrite)

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