Who owns Volpi?
When John Volpi opened the doors of his storefront in 1902, he envisioned Volpi Foods as a family business. Now his great-niece, Lorenza Pasetti, runs Volpi the same way he did—with respect for craftsmanship, and with an eye on our customers and the future.
What is Volpi salami?
Description. Volpi Genoa Salami, made famous by the ancient port of the same name, is made of extra lean pork and lightly seasoned with natural spices. This sliced salami, with a classic taste of garlic, is stuffed in natural casings & slowly air-dried to perfection.
Is Volpi salami cooked?
Volpi® Pancetta is slow-cured and can be enjoyed without cooking. Slice thinly and serve on toasted crostini or chop and add to salads for a quick, easy meal.
Is Volpi prosciutto gluten free?
Yes, Volpi Roltini Singles with Mozzarella & Prosciutto is gluten-free.
What does Volpi mean?
Volpi is a surname of Italian origin, meaning foxes or of the fox. The name refers to: Alberto Volpi (b.
How many calories are in a Volpi Roltini?
Product Description. 140 calories; 120 g protein per serving.
Where is Volpi salami from?
All of our artisan cured meats are sourced from local Midwest farms we trust and every product is made using generations old family recipes. No artificial ingredients, no nitrates or nitrites, and no shortcuts, ever.
Can you eat Volpi pepperoni raw?
Home > FAQs > How Can These Products Be Safe To Eat If They Have Never Been Cooked? Dry-cured products are completely safe to eat even though they have never been treated with heat.
Is Volpi Genoa salami gluten free?
Gluten free. Family cured & crafted since 1902. All natural ingredients (Minimally processed, no artificial ingredients). Raised responsibly (Volpi defines raised responsibly as crate free, no steroids ever).
What nationality is Volpi?
Where is Volpi from?
John began recreating the well-spiced and expertly cured meats of his native Italy. The ties that Volpi kept to the homeland not only kept his Italian-American products traditional, but they also resulted in the emigration of his nephew — a little Italian boy named Armando Pesetas.
What is Oldani salami?
Very unique salami, made in St Louis for many years. In the 1970s and 1980s, it was the number one salami in Little Italy. The new owner is doing a fabulous job of bringing back this one of a kind salami. Ground fine and finished with red wine and garlic, it is great as an appetizer or in a panino.