San Michele Prosciutto di Parma Aged 20 Months


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Title: 15 LB
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Traditional prosciutto from Parma, Italy, made from the largest, fattiest legs of the most prized hogs in all of Italy. 20 months of slow, natural aging in the area around the Appenine Mountains results in a beautifully balanced, sweet prosciutto with a smooth, silky texture. Certified PDO (Denominazione di Origine Protetta -- Protected Designation of Origin); that's an Italian governmental certification guaranteeing the product was made by traditional methods in the region of it's origin.

Brand San Michele
GTIN (case) 81236000002
Country of Manufacture Italy

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