Product history and connotation/ territoryThe production of red pulp oranges is typical of the eastern Sicily.Famous throughout the world for the intense bright red color of the pulp and juice, the Sicilian Red Orange has a sweet-sour taste, is rich in anthocyanins, Vitamins A, B1, B2, C, mineral sa..
Product history and connotation/ territoryThe story between oranges and Sicily is a love story of complicity, acceptance and respect.Thanks to the Arab expansion, citrus fruits crossed the Asian borders and arrived to the West, also landing in Italy.This land represents a real cradle for citrus frui..
Product history and connotation/ territoryThe introduction of the mandarin, in Sicily, dates back to the early 19th century.The Sicilian mandarin is the most sought after in Europe for its sweetness and aromas.Slightly small, but noticeably juicy.From the pastry to juices passing through the salty.T..
Product history and connotation/ territoryThe Sicilian lemon is among the most important citrus fruits of the Mediterranean diet. The Sicilian climate furthers growth throughout the year. A fruit with exceptional qualities, with sour and juicy flesh, rich in vitamin C.Tasting instructionsTo be used ..
Product history and connotation/ territory The Maletto strawberry, with a very sweet and deep taste, and an extraordinary quality, is cultivated on the slopes of Etna.At the beginning of the last century, Sicilian strawberry cultivation was born, which still today characterizes and qualifies th..
Product history and connotation/territory From one of the oldest fruits of Sicily, an extremely intense violet, almost black, consistent, aromatic and very fragrant jam is born.Once mulberry cultivation was among the most widespread on the island, before giving primacy to citrus cultivation in the 1..
Product history and connotation/territory The peach tree is a plant of Chinese origin. It was introduced throughout the Mediterranean basin during the first century, thanks to Alexander the Great. Today the variety assortment is very wide, in particular the Sicilian local cultivars are very apprecia..
Product history and connotation/territory The apricot, which arrived in the Mediterranean by the Arabs in the 1st century AD, originates from China and Central Asia, where it was cultivated as early as 3000 BC.In addition to fruit, seeds are also used in confectionery, called armelline (or bitt..