- Producer + Region
DITALIA has been curating fine Italian food since 1987. Through family and friends back in Italy, we've met hundreds of individuals dedicated to the craft of traditional Italian cuisine. It is our pleasure to share their products and their stories with you.
In the late 19th century, Italian families began to arrive in the United States by the hundreds of thousands. They brought with them memories and recipes from home, adding to an already rich culinary marketplace. Today, many of these early pioneers have passed their love for Italian cuisine on to a new generation. While times have changed, the recipe remains the same: traditional Italian favorites made the old fashioned way, with locally sourced ingredients hand-picked for flavor.
Celeste Bulloni bakes traditional Sardinian crispbread in her home bakery twice a day. Perfectly thin with crisp, flaky layers and a pleasant, pure wheaty aroma, they're perfect with appetizers, breadbaskets, cheese, and more.
Lovera Fresh Caciocavera Braided Snacking Cheese (4 oz)
Creamy, hand-braided cheese made with natural hormone-free milk.
Volpi Basil Rotola (8 oz)
Thinly sliced prosciutto is wrapped in layers of whole-milk mozzarella cheese and basil. This unique, traditional roll is perfect as a snack, for antipasto, or as part of a main entree dish.
Paesano Sicilian Green Olives in Brine (Drained Weight 5.6 oz)
Plump, green Sicilian olives with a crisp texture. Excellent as antipasti or on their own.
Volpi Filzette Salami (8 oz)
A finely ground, garlic rich salame inspired by the cuisine of Piedmonte, Italy. All-natural and nitrate-free.
Volpi Parmesan Salami (6 oz)
A slow-cured salami. Blends the nutty flavor of Italian parmesan a mild hint of spice. All-natural and nitrate-free.