These are the Veroni family favorites using the company's line of sliced Italian meats.
June 30, 2021
Veroni Italian deli meats asked its Instagram followers to create 4th of July-themed charcuterie boards using Veroni products like its popular prosciutto, traditional Italian salami such as Salame Milano, Salame di Parma, and Salame Calabrese, and Italian regional specialties such as coppa, speck, and mortadella. Scroll through the photos above to see the Veroni family’s favorite creations.
Volpi Foods, the St. Louis-based, 4th-generation Italian family-owned and operated producer of specialty cured meats since 1902, has added of a new cured meat product, Jamon Serrano, the Spanish counterpart to the brand’s highly acclaimed Traditional Prosciutto. This Spanish-inspired ham is crafted with care and aged a minimum of 12 months to impart a distinct depth of flavor. The new product will be available in a pre-sliced 3 oz. package at select retailers across the country.
Pilgrim’s Pride announced it has executed an acquisition agreement to acquire the meats and meals business of Kerry Consumer Foods in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Following the acquisition, Pilgrim’s will be a leading food company, with a significant value-added protein and integrated prepared foods business anchored by a portfolio of strong brands.
Land O’Frost, one of the nation’s best-selling brands of pre-sliced deli meats and a producer of specialty meats, announced a brand re-design and three new flavors for its Bistro Favorites deli meat brand: Maple Bourbon Uncured Ham, Cajun Style Turkey Breast and Savory Herb Turkey. These new additions carry out the brand’s promise to provide flavors that go beyond the lunchmeat basics and meet the demand for more variety.
There is 75% less plastic in Veroni’s new charcuterie packaging. The Italian, family-owned cured meat producer has developed innovative, sustainable trays to preserve the freshness, aroma, and taste of the authentic Italian charcuterie the company has been importing in the US since 2016. Once having enjoyed the delicious Veroni’s Italian prosciutto, coppa, or mortadella, you can easily dispose of the packaging separately in the proper paper and plastic recycling bins.
Volpi Foods, the St. Louis-based, fourth-generation family-owned and operated producer of specialty cured meats since 1902, announces the launch of their new product line, Small Bites. They are a single serve packages with 1.5-ounce portions of the brand’s expertly sliced artisan-made, dry-cured meats. With plans for smaller holiday gatherings and more time at home this year, the new Small Bites line is perfect for convenience and sparking curiosity in the kitchen.
D’Artagnan is launching a new line of artisanal deli meats in five varieties. D’Artagnan’s Artisanal Deli Meats are all-natural and contain no preservatives, antibiotics, hormones, nitrates, nitrites, phosphates, artificial colors, or preservatives. They also come in small case sizes to ensure top-notch quality and freshness.
Eckrich introduces bold new packaging for their Deli collection which will begin rolling out in stores nationwide this month. Through both qualitative and quantitative market research, Eckrich successfully created a design that breathes new energy into the heritage brand with a modern, approachable look, all with its key consumer top of mind. The designs feature a white background and crisp imagery, displaying the product and information in an organized, eye-catching way. The imagery also showcases the product in a prepared fashion, allowing consumers to see easy ways to create an Eckrich meal at home.