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The local gastronomic tradition is linked to the wild or half-wild cattle breeding (but also sheep and goat breeding), the main economic activity until the second post-war period.
Cheese, meat, and salami are the most important products among the "Park tastes". Unfortunately, summer grazing land cheese producers are increasingly fewer; however, with considerable investments, the Park has renovated five malghe, relaunching their cheese production.
There are several mountain honey producers, while old famers - and some young farmers fond of their land - cultivate legumes (like the famous Lamon bean), ancient apple varieties, barley, spelt, walnuts, and Feltre chestnuts.

Further information

Lamon Bean
Lamon Bean
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Dolomiti Bellunesi Strawberry
The strawberry whose cultivation has become widespread in the area of Dolomiti Bellunesi belongs to the family Rosacee. The main species is Fragaria vesca L. The cultivated plants are selections of various species of the genus Fragaria, and sometimes...
Category: Fruit
Feltre Chestnut (or Marrone)
Feltre Chestnut (or Marrone) is well known for its sweetness and floury texture. It is compact and holds up to cooking. "Morone" Feltrino has its own features distinguishing it from other varieties: in particular, it is egg-shaped, with a velutinous hairiness...
Category: Fruit
Feltre Walnut
Feltre walnut breaks easily, even simply cracking it with the fingers. This walnut variety has a sub-elliptical shape (egg-shaped), with rounded base and pointed top, and almost imperceptible suture edge. The average weight goes from 6 to 10 grams; the...
Category: Fruit
Kodinze
Category: Fruit
Kodinzon
Category: Fruit
Organic Fruits
Organic farming is a production method defined and regulated at a European level by two specific Rules: no. 834 of 2007 and no. 889 of 2008. The respect of these rules is guaranteed by controls and inspections carried out in the agricultural holdings...
Category: Fruit
Quality Brands:
 
BIO - Organic Farming
Organic grapes
Category: Fruit
Quality Brands:
 
BIO - Organic Farming
Organic Prussian Apples
Big-size apples characterized by a dark red color with yellow and vermilion stripes, crunchy and very tasty, pon prussian or Faller apple has been named after the locality in the Municipality of Sovramonte where it is largely cultivated. It arrived in...
Category: Fruit
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