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Cappicola Sweet by Licini
  • Code: MT-1001-Parent
    Code: MT-1001-Parent

    Cappicola Sweet

    Licini - avg 3 lb

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    From New Jersey

    Sweet cappicola by Licini has been made from specially selected pork shoulder butt and coated with Black Pepper before being slowly and naturally aged. This use of spices and a slow, natural process brings out a tender texture and sweet flavor that makes this sweet cappicola so coveted.

    Suggested Applications: The tangy and sweet flavor of this sweet cappicola is essential for assembling phenomenal meat platters or delicious sandwiches.

    Priced by the Pound (Catch Weight)

    This product is priced by the pound. The listed price is based on the average weight of this product and may differ from the final amount you are charged.

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    Licini

    Licini was founded in 1928 by Mario Berta, who later passed the business on to the three Lucini brothers, Angelo, Andrea, and Danny. The brothers began pursuing their life’s passion of mastering the art of curing dry salame after emigrating to the US from Bergamo, Italy, leading to them acquiring the company from Mario Berta. To this day, Licini continues producing unique artisanal hand-made Italian style cured meats, driven by the passion of the three Lucini brothers.

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    Brand:Licini
    Code: MT-1001
    Origin: New Jersey
    Each Weight: 3.00 pounds
    Pack Size: 1 Each
    Producer Spotlight

    Licini

    Licini was founded in 1928 by Mario Berta, who later passed the business on to the three Lucini brothers, Angelo, Andrea, and Danny. The brothers began pursuing their life’s passion of mastering the art of curing dry salame after emigrating to the US from Bergamo, Italy, leading to them acquiring the company from Mario Berta. To this day, Licini continues producing unique artisanal hand-made Italian style cured meats, driven by the passion of the three Lucini brothers.

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