A Cherry Tomato Sauce ready to eat, characterized by a sweet taste, born from the happy meeting among cherry tomatoes, and such genuine ingredients as basil, extra virgin olive oil, and celery. It is packaged in the traditional beer bottle dark glass, which reminds the tomato sauce processed and bottled
The Agromonte Datterino is an amazing Italian datterino pasta sauce that gives you the real taste of Italy having been made from Italian grown datterinos. These datterinos have been carefully grown through natural techniques. They are then harvested during the summer when ripe and bursting with flavor and processed using
Alce Nero apple cider vinegar is made exclusively from apples that have been grown in the Trentino-Alto Adige region. Thanks to the superior quality of the raw ingredient, this organic apple cider vinegar features an intense taste and rich flavour. The lower acidity of apple cider vinegar, in comparison to
Alce Nero organic artichoke pesto is made using the best raw ingredients combined with extra-virgin olive oil and Parmigiano Reggiano. Made using only Italian artichokes, it features a distinctive, balanced flavour. Try it with our organic pasta or for creating delicious aperitifs.
Alce Nero organic tea is grown in the highest areas of the Nilgiri Plateau, in south India, and the famous Darjeeling region found at the foot of the Himalayas, where the expert hands of Unitea workers carefully grow and harvest the buds and young leaves from the tea plant, the
Alce Nero Bolognese sauce is made with organic meat from Italy and with elongated tomatoes, including Coimbra, Ercole, and other varieties, which are grown on approximately 30 farms in the Po Delta in the provinces of Ferrara and Ravenna. The tomatoes, which are harvested in July, August, and September at
Alce Nero organic boiled Borlotti beans are sourced exclusively from Italian farms. The Borlotti variety is a plant with fruit featuring a slightly yellow pod which is streaked with red. The seeds, when raw, are ivory in colour with burgundy-brown mottling. They take on a dark colour when cooked and