Map of Campania

Pizza and buffalo mozzarella originated in Campania, a region rich in agriculture and perpetually mild climate. Campania distributes many agricultural products, including tomatoes, potatoes, eggplants, peppers, peas, figs, apricots, plums and cherries. Tourists know Campania as the home of Naples, the Roman Ruins at Pompeii, Mt. Vesuvius, and the Amalfi Coast. We are currently seeking additional olive oils from small artisan producers in this region.

Modern and Traditional are the keywords for Gragnano in Corsa. This superb Spaghetti is ideal with simple sauces, such as Pomodoro, Cacio e Pepe, Pesto, and Aglio e Olio e Peperoncino.
Modern and Traditional are the keywords for Gragnano in Corsa. A large spiral or spring, this Tortiglioni is exuberant and fun. Dress with ragu, Bolognese, or your favorite sauce.
Modern and Traditional are the keywords for Gragnano in Corsa. Long, flat, somewhat narrow Linguine is ideal for shrimp scampi, linguine with seafood, and and a simple shrimp, lemon, and extra virgin olive oil.
Red Datterino Tomatoes are great in a simple pasta sauce with a sprinkle of parmesan cheese and a drizzle of good olive oil. From Battipaglia in Campania.
Processed and salted in accordance with ancient traditions and the 5-generation secret family recipe, that has only been shared orally! These anchovies are firm and meaty--and spicy-- in the iconic golden tin.
Outstanding bright peppers are mashed to a coarse paste, mixed with olive oil, and left to macerate for a few months to develop the many layers of complex flavors found in IASA's Peperoncino Piccante in Olive Oil.
The chef’s choice for pizza flour, this makes great authentic Italian yeast.
Antico Molino Napoli Antimo Caputo Semola di Grano Duro Rimacinata Semolina Flour (Semolina Flour) comes to us from Naples. Add an authentic Italian ingredient to your homemade pasta, bread, and baking.
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