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Spray Balsamic Condiments

Spray Balsamic Condiments: Calvè and De Nigris have launched a new category of products linked to the famous Balsamic Vinegar of Modena. The question is: will modernity overcome tradition?

The recent collaboration between the two food producers leaders in the market of Balsamic Vinegar, gave birth to a new range of products linked to the world of Balsamic Vinegar. A new series of products enriched with unusual ingredients and characterized by new and variegated flavors.

In recent days, three new Calvè branded products have been introduced in the Italian large distribution market of condiments and vinegars:

  • a condiment based on apple vinegar with ginger and lemon;
  • condiment based on apple vinegar with Curcuma and grapes;
  • a condiment based on Balsamic Vinegar of Modena P.G.I. with blueberries and honey.

This new line of products was designed to meet the needs of all consumers with particular tastes and on the look for new fresh flavors to season their summer dishes. The products are extremely innovative and are characterized by fresh, intense and spicy flavors. They could be used to season a great variety of dishes and are able to satisfy the finest palates in a unique way.

The products are unique starting from the packaging which consists in a spray container, which allows an easy and uniform distribution of the product and prevents waste. These condiments are 100 % Made-in-Italy and come to your tables in an original packaging. They are perfect to season salads, meat, fish and greens and are undoubtedly perfect for who would like to experiment new pairings.

The products’ name inevitably links them to the world of Balsamic Vinegar but actually these modern spray balsamic condiments have nothing to do with with the real TRADITIONAL Balsamic Vinegar of Modena as the Balsamic purists, real connoisseur and lovers of the product, intend it.

IMPORTANT: don’t forget that Traditional Balsamic Vinegar of Modena P.D.O. must be used raw, whereas Balsamic Vinegar P.G.I. could also be added in the pan to add flavor during the cooking.

Have a good taste!

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