Carnaroli Rice Riso Maremma

5.001kg

Weight 1.1 kg
Goes best with:

excellent for hot and cold recipes

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44 in stock (can be backordered)

Carnaroli Rice Riso Maremma

Excellent risotto to go with artichokes, saffron and porcini mushrooms.Excellent risotto to go with artichokes, saffron and porcini mushrooms.

Ingredients:

Average nutritional values per 100 grams of product: energy value 1481kj-349kcal fat 0.6g of which saturated fatty acids 0.1g carbohydrates 78g of which sugars 0.3g fibres 1.4g protein 7.4g salt 10mg

Riso Maremma

Maremma rice is of the highest quality; a quality that is due not only to the naturally favourable climatic conditions of the Grosseto plain, but also to the fact that the land on which the rice itself grows has only recently been dedicated to this cultivation and is therefore not yet impoverished by the repeated monocultures seen in other parts of Italy.

How does the shipping work?

After the order we prepare the shipping in 24-48 hours and delivery within Europe usually takes 3 to 5 days if all products are available.

What is a back-ordered product?

If a product is listed in the cart as "Available to order" or "backorder" the timing increases by 48h because we have to receive it from the manufacturer.

How do we ship the products?

Our priority is to pack and ship products as safely as possible. The bottles of wine and oil are shipped with special cardboard protections, there will be no breakages.

Do you use refrigerated transport?

No, all the products we sell are seasoned and under vaacum. They do not need to be transported at controlled temperature in a refrigerated truck. However, in the summer, for additional safety we can use dry ice and other protections to ensure an even more careful service.

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RISO MAREMMA

Riso Maremma is of an extremely high quality; a quality due not only to the naturally favorable climatic conditions of the plains of Grosseto but also to the fact that the land on which the rice itself grows has only recently been devoted to this cultivation and is, therefore, not yet impoverished by the repeated mono-cultivations which have been witnessed in other areas of Italy.