Niman Ranch, New York, unveiled Certified Humane prosciutto, sliced for tasting and plated for menu inspiration.
“We developed this line to honor the time and care our farmers put into raising the animals,” says Jeff Tripician, general manager. “The age-old process of dry curing high-quality product intensifies the flavor of our heritage-breed pork and results in exceptional flavor.”
Niman Ranch pork is raised humanely and sustainably, resulting in highly marbled legs that are coated in Sicilian Sea Salt to cure in the traditional old-world Italian style. The legs are aged for over a year to remove the water and intensify flavor and color.
Prosciutto will be in stores nationwide by Nov. 1 through family run distributors.