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  1. Blue Cattle Truck Mexican Vanilla

    Blue Cattle Truck Mexican Vanilla

    Authentic Mexican Vanilla - Comes in two different sizes 3.3 oz and 8.4 oz Learn More
  2. Bro Joe's - Salad Dressing
    $6.00
  3. Casina Rossa Caperberries in Prosecco
    $9.00

    Casina Rossa - Caperberries in Prosecco

    Caperberries immersed in brightly-flavored wine. Garnishes meats, poultry, cheese, crackers, and antipasti. A welcome companion for wine, beer, and martinis. Learn More
  4. Casina Rossa Antipasto delle Casa
    $12.00

    Casina Rossa - Homemade Antipasto

    Sweet and savory variation of our ready-to-eat giardiniera. Blend of Mediterranean vegetables, Italian pine nuts, and raisins. Adapt to pastas, salads, side dishes, and garnishes. Learn More
  5. Casina Rossa Mushroom Mix
    $14.00

    Casina Rossa - Mushroom Mix

    Musk, chiodini, and porcini mushrooms flavored with herbs. Marinated and packed in olive oil. Well-suited to sauces. Learn More
  6. Casina Rossa Sun-dried Tomato Rolls with Pecorino Cheese
    $15.00

    Casina Rossa - Sundried Tomato Rolls with Pecorino Cheese

    Aged pecorino rolled into Apulian sun-dried tomatoes and seasoned with Mediterranean herbs. Preserved organically in EVOO. Delightful alone as well as in pasta. Learn More
  7. Casina Rossa - Stuffed Hot Chili Peppers with Tuna
    $18.50

    Casina Rossa - Tuna Stuffed Hot Chili Peppers

    Cherry peppers stuffed with pâté of garden vegetables, olives, tuna, anchovy, capers, and herbs. Preserved organically in EVOO. Accents steak, cheese, and Caesar salad. Learn More
  8. Divina - Spreads

    Divina - Spreads

    Try these unique spreads. Perfect for any dinner party. Learn More
  9. Doux South
  10. Fratepietro - Bella di Cerignola Olives

    Fratepietro - Bella di Cerignola Olives

    The cultivation and manufacture of the “Bella di Cerignola” olive dates back to a forgotten pre-Christian age. It is distinguishable by its oval shape, larger than other varieties and by the ease with which the flesh separates from the stone.

    Originally known as the Olive of Spain due to its Iberian origin (it was imported during the Aragonese period), it became known to all the world thanks to the innovative conservation system developed by the people of Cerignola, which involved the use of wooden barrels known locally as “vascidd”. By 1930 it was considered amongst the best techniques for the preparation of green table olives.

    Once they have reached their ideal maturity, the olives are carefully measured and sent to manufacture.

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