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"Naturally Tasty" local products

Flavours, perfumes, and food traditions of Beigua Park

Many delicacies can be tasted at Beigua Park, starting from the very ancient confectionery industry ("amaretti of Sassello", exported all over the world, the delicious "crumiri of Masone" and Sambuco bakery). The wide range of dairy products (milk and cheese) is not to be missed, and so are beef and sheep meat processed in many different ways, the colourful and tasty berries, chestnuts and all the fine dishes prepared with them, mushrooms, scented fruit jams, all the delicious honey varieties, which are valuable environmental indicators of the Park valleys... and much more!

To underline the connection between the protected area and local food processing, promoting how the latter belongs to tradition and is linked to specific seasons, and acknowledging its role in enriching local biodiversity, Beigua Park has created the label "Naturally Tasty": the label is assigned to fresh or processed local products, coming from one of the municipalities of Beigua Park. Cheese, sausages, bakery products, preserves, and all the other unique Beigua delicacies thus become representatives of biodiversity and keepers of ancient local traditions; producers, on their side, and together with the Park, help to promote the beauty of this area in all its manifold facets, including the culinary one.

The label "Naturally Tasty" is assigned according to a specific PDF Regulation; producers can apply by using the dedicated PDF form.

For the Honey Types of Beigua Park, a specific measure has been activated to enhance the beekeeping companies operating in Beigua Park. Moreover, for a few years, the Park Authority has been participating with its beekeepers in the Contest "Mieli dei Parchi della Liguria".

 

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Amaretto of SasselloAmaretto of Sassello
Amaretti are made following an ancient recipe dating back to the 1800s, which consists of almonds, e... >>
Sweets
  Canestrelli di SambucoCanestrelli di Sambuco
Delectable handmade biscuits produced in the hamlet of Sambuco, in the hinterland of Voltri, in the ... >>
Sweets
  Crumiri di MasoneCrumiri di Masone
Prepared using an ancient recipe from Masone, this golden coloured biscuit is obtained by mixing ver... >>
Sweets
  Beigua pecorino cheeseBeigua pecorino cheese
Produced in the Stella area, this pecorino cheese is made from raw milk with the addition of liquid ... >>
Cheese
PAT
Formaggetta from the Stura ValleyFormaggetta from the Stura Valley
This is a fresh or semi-mature cheese made of raw cow milk, cylinder-shaped with a diameter of 15 cm... >>
Cheese
PAT
Honey Types of Beigua ParkHoney Types of Beigua Park
For its particular position straddle the watershed of the Apennines and for its proximity to the sea... >>
Honey
PAT
Cornmeal Focaccia (Revzora)Cornmeal Focaccia (Revzora)
The name “revzöra” derives from “ravezö”, which, in the local dial... >>
Bread
PAT
Cooked hamCooked ham
It is a delicacy produced following a recipe that is over a hundred years old, belonging to the hist... >>
Cold Cuts
PAT
Lard PatéLard Paté
This fresh delicacy derives from the processing of pig lard, which is cut into pieces and minced, th... >>
Cold Cuts
PAT
Sassello Cooked and Raw SalamiSassello Cooked and Raw Salami
Both cooked and raw salami are cold meats prepared by hand according to the traditional recipe of th... >>
Cold Cuts
PAT
Testa in cassetta (minced pork pressed into a form)Testa in cassetta (minced pork pressed into a form)
This cold meat is prepared following a process that is typical of the hinterland of Genoa and Savona... >>
Cold Cuts
PAT
PestoPesto
This is undoubtedly the most famous Ligurian condiment in the world, used to season main courses: fr... >>
Further Products
PAT
TirottoTirotto
Tirotto is the typical bread of Sassello made from wheat flour and potatoes. It is pulled into shape... >>
Further Products
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