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Salami

  • Hot Sopressata Salami

    NEW Hot Sopressata Salami
    (Volpi) - 2.5 lb

    A delicate sophistication exudes throughout the Veneto region, where the inspiration for Sopressata originates. Volpi Hot Sopressata is a coarsely ground salame that is enriched with red pepper and paprika for a spicy kick. Stands alone for a classic antipasto or adds spice to any sandwich, grille... 

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  • Roltini with Spicy Salami and Mozzarella

    NEW Roltini with Spicy Salami and Mozzarella
    (Volpi) -  1.5oz sticks, 12 count

    A gluten free and high protein gourmet snack made from the finest hand crafted spicy salami and quality mozzarella cheese. Packaged in individual and convenient single serve packaging, these are perfect for snacking on the go. 

    $23.95
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  • Felino Hand Made Salami with Red Wine

    NEW Felino Hand Made Salami with Red Wine
    (Un Mondo) - 1.25 lbs

    This salami has its origins in Felino, Italy in the central Emilia Romagna region. The meat is coarsely ground, salted and spiced with an ancient blend that is one of Italy's oldest salami recipes. Peppercorns and red wine play a prominent role in creating this salamis subtle yet dazzling flavor. Th... 

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Buy Salami

Ditalia offers a wide range of authentic Italian Salami including the popular genoa salami and sopressata as well as Salami from around the world. Whether you are hosting a party and want the perfect charcuterie plate or simply enjoy Italian foods and want to stock up your pantry, our selection of salami is sure to please.

Traditional Italian Salame

Traditionally, salame is made primarily of pork. However, you can also find varieties that include beef, venison, poultry, lamb and even goat meat. The meat is blended with fat and seasonings, ground or cut and then wrapped in casings. The salami is then dry-cured, smoked, or a combination of the two.