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  Extra-virgin Olive OilExtra-virgin Olive Oil
The olive tree cultivation is widespread in the whole Park area, where an important function of hydr... >>
(PN Pollino)
Oil
  Extra-Virgin Olive OilExtra-Virgin Olive Oil
After careful selection of the olives, the fine Extra-Virgin Olive Oil is obtained from healthy, co... >>
(PR Madonie)
Oil
PDO - Protected Designation of Origin
PDO Extra-virgin Olive OilsPDO Extra-virgin Olive Oils
Entering in Cilento e Vallo di Diano National Park is like entering in a big olive grove: as a matte... >>
(PN Cilento)
Oil
  "Socere e Nore" Bean"Socere e Nore" Bean
Variety with an oval bean and a black and white skin; the two colors cover the bean symmetrically. I... >>
(PN Maiella)
Vegetables and Legumes
  Ancient Borlotto BeanAncient Borlotto Bean
Found in two Park locations, it is similar to the common borlotto bean, but has a smaller and round ... >>
(PN Maiella)
Vegetables and Legumes
   Aquilano Bean
Bean with an ivory color, very appreciated both fresh and dry. It is often cultivated together with ... >>
(PN Maiella)
Vegetables and Legumes
   Aspromonte Potato
Roasted in the oven or char-grilled, an ideal side dish for kid meat or in the soup with onions, pot... >>
(PN Aspromonte)
Vegetables and Legumes
  Cannellino BeanCannellino Bean
It is still widespread in many Park locations. It has a white and usually tapered bean. In the past,... >>
(PN Maiella)
Vegetables and Legumes
PAT
Slow Food Presidium
Cicerale ChickpeaCicerale Chickpea
A product very rich in potassium and other essential substances, whose organoleptic features mainly ... >>
(PN Cilento)
Vegetables and Legumes
Slow Food Presidium
Cilento Cracked Salella OliveCilento Cracked Salella Olive
The most suitable olives are chosen from the tree, that is the pulpiest ones that have not started t... >>
(PN Cilento)
Vegetables and Legumes
  Coffee BeanCoffee Bean
Small beans with a color going from pale green to light brown, characterized by the presence of a da... >>
(PN Maiella)
Vegetables and Legumes
PAT
Slow Food Presidium
Controne BeanControne Bean
Small, round, and very white, with neither spots nor eyes, Controne Bean has an ancient tradition an... >>
(PN Cilento)
Vegetables and Legumes
  Curly BroccoliCurly Broccoli
It distinguishes itself from the other broccoli for its curly leaves with a marked serrated edge and... >>
(PN Maiella)
Vegetables and Legumes
  Forty-day BeanForty-day Bean
Variety with a fixed growth, with a small-medium size bean, squashed and generally with an oval shap... >>
(PN Maiella)
Vegetables and Legumes
  Gentile, Minutillo or Monachelle BeanGentile, Minutillo or Monachelle Bean
This bean belongs to the genus Vigna and not Phaseolus, and it has been found in several locations (... >>
(PN Maiella)
Vegetables and Legumes
  Mezza Fava, Fava NostraMezza Fava, Fava Nostra
It is a broad bean variety with a short pod containing an average of 4 seeds of medium-small size ap... >>
(PN Maiella)
Vegetables and Legumes
   Pappaluni
Light green, brownish, yellow ochre and scattered with reddish specks, or big and white: they are pa... >>
(PN Aspromonte)
Vegetables and Legumes
PAT
Pear-shaped TomatoPear-shaped Tomato
It is a tomato developing a medium-size and characteristic pear-shaped red fruit. Its production is ... >>
(PN Maiella)
Vegetables and Legumes
Slow Food Presidium
Pertosa white artichokePertosa white artichoke
A globe artichoke with no thorns and large blooms, round and with a very bright color tending to sil... >>
(PN Cilento)
Vegetables and Legumes
PAT
Ribbed TomatoRibbed Tomato
History: Ribbed tomato is used fresh, in salad or on toasted bread. Before the industrial cultivar b... >>
(PN Pollino)
Vegetables and Legumes

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