Fausto Polli first started making traditional Italian antipasto in 1850. His goal was to make his food accessible to the masses without any sacrifice of quality — a goal at which he succeeded. The "Fratelli Polli" quickly becomes synonymous with quality and and value, recognizable by its flying eagle symbol. After 140 years, the family retains it's love for the land, and its commitment to making traditional Italian cuisine — the right way.
you can't ask for any more! Having been enjoying the Polli antipasto for years, and lost track of them when I used my last jar a few years ago. Lo and behold! Found them at Ditalia at a great price too. If I lived in St. Louis, Ditalia would be my branch office. Until then, I'll just keep the orders going to them...
Nov 14, 2016 | By Patti Ganzerla Loe
Best original Italian Antipasta captures 60 year old recipe extremely Well!
good products you have on your website
Nov 14, 2016 | By Fred and Patti Loe
WE narrow our choices to a few places for our Italian family.My wife has had the AntiPasta since she was a little girl(60 years ago).You were out of the one on your web site about a month or so ago and then we looked again and you had enough for us to buy a case and 1/2.So it came promptly .
Dec 3, 2015 | By Michele
We love this product and will order it again and again. Can't be bought locally; Ditalia packed the jars carefully and they arrived sooner than expected.
May 28, 2015 | By Jerry Dawley
Great price and a great product
Jan 20, 2015 | By Catherine Levy
My Daddy used to buy this for us when we were little, and this is the exact same, comforting taste as the ones he brought home.
Sep 5, 2012 | By Cynthia Lyons
"This item is delicious served with crackers or thin slices of bread cut in bite-size pieces, as an appetizer or for a snack---and the whole jar is only 98 calories ! Outstanding product."