Sipo (Italy)

Spring seasonal vegetables include agretti, strigoli, and radicchio

Italy's Sipo has begun selling three products cultivated by the company in the provinces of Rimini and Forlì-Cesena and sold under the Verdure di Romagna brand. These are agretti, strigoli, and radicchio.

"Agretti is a typical vegetable in the Romagna region and an important product in Sipo's portfolio for many years. It is available until the month of June. We offer it in 300-gram trays or in bunches in 6-kg cartons," said sellers Camilla Bulgarelli and Lorenzo Notarnicola.

Lorenzo Notarnicola and Camilla Bulgarelli

Agretti is a very special vegetable that is grown in greenhouses in Romagna at this time. Later, open-field production will also be available. Agretti have a bright, vivid green color, a reddish, toasty base, and a slightly acidic flavor.

In turn, blaassilene is a wild herb that has been domesticated. Sipo offers it in 80-gram cardboard trays.

Cardboard trays are also available for radicchio, offered in 150-gram packages.

"We are processing these locally produced vegetables," explained Massimiliano Ceccarini, CEO of Sipo, "still grown in a greenhouse, while those cultivated in the fields will arrive in a few days. We are packaging them in different weights under the Verdure di Romagna brand, which is the brand dedicated to local produce found within a few kilometers of our processing plant. In fact, very few hours pass from the moment of harvesting to packaging, thus guaranteeing maximum freshness."

For more information:
Sipo srl

Via Fermignano 20
47814 Bellaria Igea Marina (RN)
Tel.: +39 0541 339711

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