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Culatta 5,75 kg ca.

Antica Ardenga

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Culatta is the part of the Culatello thigh with the rind intact and is made like prosciutto. Greatly resembling its more famous cousin, it has never had its own identity but has always been equated with Culatello and sold as its poorer cousin.

Culatta in the market is often sold as hill Culatello or Culatello with rind.

Antica Ardenga works and cares for Culatta so as to obtain a cured meat of the most esteemed quality, with its own precise flavour that is neither prosciutto nor Culatello but stands out for its goodness and particular aromas.
Manufacturer Antica Ardenga
Prodotto in Italy
Regione Emilia-Romagna
Peso netto 5.75kg
Price/Kg €35.88 / Kg
Ingredients Pork, salt, spices. For more information on product labels, please contact our Customer Service department. The information on the labels of the products may vary for reasons beyond our control, therefore, there may be discrepancies between the information on the site and that on the products delivered. Please always check the information on the product before consumption or use.

Manufacturer History

Antica Ardenga is a small company that produces limited quantities of cured meats from the Bassa Parmense, a region long devoted, through tradition and an ideal climate, to producing high quality cured meats. From Culatello, the undisputed king of Italian cured meats, to other sausages long tied to local traditions, all our products come from the meat of pigs born and raised on our farm, fed with our company's GMO-free products, raised to age 14 months, and butchered at around 260 kg. The company is one of the thirteen producers that make up the Culatello di Zibello Consortium, a Slow-Food Presidium, as well as a producer of such typical products as Mariola (cured and for cooking) and Spalla Cruda (with and without bone), both of them also Slow-Food Presidiums.

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