Wine-red, Italian chicory. Its bitter taste is a great contrast to rich or fatty flavours such as gorgonzola and walnuts.
You have never tried real lemons, unless you've tasted Sicilian lemons.
Tomatoes are an all-rounder, which is why you should invest in the very best
Thanks to their subtle yet filling flavour, courgettes are exceedingly popular as a replacement for standard carbohydrates.
A great meat-free alternative and a Sicilian speciality.
As one of the most popular root vegetables! Even more full of flavour and vitamins.
Its bright red hue looks straight off a movie.
You can almost taste the Sicilian sun and pure quality in these sun-ripened tomatoes.
The exotic yellow fruit that everyone just can't help but find a-peeling!
Undoubtedly one of the most important apple varieties of the 20th century, both as a commercial variety in its own right, and as breeding stock for many other varieties. Very good flavor when home-grown.
A delicious mixed selection of seasonal, organic fruit and vegetables. Italian food is all about using quality ingredients and this box is full of Italy's finest fresh produce.
Highly associated with Italian cuisine, add it raw or cooked to recipes for an intriguing twist.
Have you ever tried this kind of pear? Good at the end of a meal, above all in combination with soft and blue cheese, ideal when cooked with a thin layer of caramel before serving.
A wonderful low calorie vegetable with more nutrients to offer than just water and electrolytes!
If you thought the Ufita garlic was a garlic, think again!
Spring is here! Asparagus is a good source of folate, dietary fibre and vitamins C and E: make sure to a fresh bunch of them always in the fridge.