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Veroni Spotlights Product Portfolio and Aperitivo Concept for IDDBA and SFFS; Emanuela Bigi Comments

Veroni Spotlights Product Portfolio and Aperitivo Concept for IDDBA and SFFS; Emanuela Bigi Comments


ITALY
Monday, June 10th, 2024

For those already strolling the IDDBA show floor, you may have seen the Veroni booth. Spotlighting its Aperitivo segment and underscoring its commitment to high-grade products, the company makes sure its Italian flair shines.

Emanuela Bigi, Marketing Manager, Veroni“With the launch of our certified humanely raised charcuterie, we want to offer the best Italian experience to American deli meat enthusiasts,” remarked Emanuela Bigi, Marketing Manager. “We also want to meet the choices of American shoppers who are searching for healthier foods without giving up the taste and flavor of their meals. That’s why this year we have added the ‘reduced sodium’ claim starting from one of the most beloved cured meats all over the world, the Salame Milano.”

At both IDDBA and Summer Fancy Food Show (SFFS), the producer will spotlight the Dry Salame takeaway tray under the reduced sodium label.

Veroni aims to offer the best Italian experience to American deli meat enthusiasts“In order to extend the claim to other charcuterie products, the real challenge is to maintain the organoleptic characteristics focusing on lighter and heart-healthier products,” added Bigi. “This translates into an even greater focus on raw materials, supply chain, and production, as well as investment in research and development. The increasing attention to these elements has allowed us to be recognized as the first Italian charcuterie brand in the United States.”

Alongside this new label, the company will be spotlighting its Italian Aperitivo concept. This will be the star of the show at the upcoming SFFS show. They will be at booth #2719.

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