The three references that Sipo cultivates in its “lands”, between the provinces of Rimini and Forlì Cesena, began to be sold under the brand Verdure di Romagna. These are agretti, strigoli and cut radicchio.
“Agretti (or lischi) – explain commercial contacts Camilla Bulgarelli and Lorenzo Notarnicola – is a typical vegetable of the region and, for many years, a Sipo staple. It will be available until June. Our commercial offerings are of two types: in 300g trays or loose in bundles In cans of 6 kg.
Lorenzo Notarnicola and Camilla Bvlgarelli
Agretti is a very particular vegetable that is grown in this period, in Romania, in greenhouses. Then the products will also be available in the open field. Agritti is bright green in color, has a warm, reddish base and a slightly acidic flavour.
Strigoli, on the other hand, is an automatic herb that was later domesticated for cultivation. Sipo offers it in cardboard trays with a capacity of 80 grams.
Cardboard tray also for cut radicchio, available in 150 gram packages.
“We process these locally produced vegetables – explains Sipo CEO Massimiliano Ciccarini – still grown in greenhouses, while those in the open field arrive in just a few days. We package them in different weights under the Verdure di Romagna brand.” destined for local production and located a few kilometers from our processing site. In fact, very few hours pass from the moment of harvest to packaging, thus ensuring maximum freshness.
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