BLACK PORK CAPOCOLLO OF SANNIO 500gr - TOMASO SALUMI

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Black Pork Capocollo of Sannio is a salami obtained by working the pork neck muscles. At the end of the work it is sacked in a natural gut. The seasoning is done with a wood fireplace and lasts 90-120 days. The product is particularly fragrant and has a soft consistency and a decidedly aromatic taste.

Packing: 500gr

37,50 € tax incl.

BLACK PORK CAPOCOLLO OF SANNIO 500gr - TOMASO SALUMI

Tomaso Salumi has been involved in the processing of cured meat since 1962.

Eugenio's current owner, granddaughter of the grandfather of the same name who founded the business, and boast over 30 years of experience in this field and a strong desire to experience and to get involved in improving their work.

Over the years, the reputation of Tomaso Salumi and his team has grown increasingly and the awards have not longed to be alive; there are so many quotes and articles of enogastronomic magazines dedicated to the work and work of Carthusian family Eugenio, including Espresso Napoletano and Il Gambero Rosso.

In addition, there are many appearances for the brand at Salone Del Gusto in Turin and CIBUS in Parma, a sign that the company has all the rules in order to make its products known, of great quality, even outside of the Campania borders.

Attention to detail

The pursuit of excellence is what characterizes the company Tomaso Salumi who has made quality his philosophy and his work credo.

Respect for the traditions handed down from father to son and master craftsmanship combined with a continuous study of animal and product handling methods blend perfectly with the use of modern equipment and cutting edge methods.

Every stage of the work is aimed at obtaining a product of the highest quality, with the color and the unmistakable flavor, which satisfies the taste of the most demanding audience and even before that of Eugenio Tomaso, first taster and critic of his work.

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