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Parmigiano Reggiano Santa Caterina cheese factory

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The Cheese Social "Santa Rita" is an agricultural cooperative that produces and matures Parmigiano Reggiano Mountain Organic.
The 9 organic farms associated with family, are located near two small villages, Pompeano and Selva in the town of Serramazzoni, tourist center of the province of Modena.
The fodder and cereals are grown with organic farming techniques at an altitude between 600 and 800 meters.
Cheese characterized by hard, cooked curd, aged for 18 to 24 months and longer. Cylindric shape, the average weight is 24 - 40 Kilograms.
Uniform shapes, plain crust, natural yellow gold or dark oiled in color.
Flat surfaces, 35 - 40 cm in diameter, lightly rimmed. Rind almost straight to convex, 18 - 24 cm in height. Uniform consistency curd, granular in structure, with the tendency of small fractures wich create flakes when chipped. The curd is a uniform yellow-straw in color, with small holes (head of a pin) hardly visible.

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Mountain Parmigiano Reggiano
from Organic Farming
ripening 14 - 20 months

Parmigiano Reggiano
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Mountain Parmigiano Reggiano
from Organic Farming
ripening 24 months

Parmigiano Reggiano
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Mountain Parmigiano Reggiano
from Organic Farming
ripening 36 - 40 months

Parmigiano Reggiano
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Mountain Parmigiano Reggiano
from Organic Farming

Snaks
0.00 €
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Morsel of
Mountain Parmigiano Reggiano
from Organic Farming

Small morsel
0.00 €
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Petals of
Mountines Pramigiano Reggiano
from Organic Farming

Petals
0.00 €
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