Cacciatora Mild

San Marino

Thousand of years ago curing meat was the best method of preserving it. The traditional process lives on through the popularity of fermented meats like salame. The cacciatora sausages have a great tradition. The hunters used to take this cured sausage with them when they went hunting or as they say "la caccia”. Over the centuries they have become so popular that individual regions have developed their own characteristics versions of the century-old art of salame charcuterie



San Marino has a range of traditional hand crafted salame, naturally matured to perfection with authentic specifications, combining the finest fresh pork, beef and highest quality ingredients to importantly bring the flavour, texture and mouth feel of the final  product.



What to look for in this product:

•Prepared in old country style made with the finest ingredients  that is gutsy and mellow with unctuous texture
•Salty and rich that is intense with full bold flavours




 Suggested uses:

•Enjoy with your bread with Soresina Provolone Cheese  and olives
•Spice up with your pizza and pasta  and livens up salad
Cacciatora Mild
Size weight range: 190-240g
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San Marino

San Marino

San Marino was born out of pure passion of an Italian migrant, Tony Marino, for that taste he missed from home.   After migrating to Australia in 1960, Tony worked as a butcher and restaurateur, but then identified a need and a place in the market for premium smallgoods that are made like those at home in Italy. He purchased into a South Australian meat and smallgoods business in 1975 and in 1984 renamed the business San Marino.


To this day, San Marino Smallgoods are prepared to the same uncompromising high standard using the original product specifications, rustic and traditional Italian techniques. Their products have received numerous awards for their quality and have become a popular choice for premium catering around Australian.  The exceptional quality and flavour of San Marino can be experienced in a wide range of Italian smallgoods, and are sure to impress your guests.


Did you know?

•Folklore about cacciatore states that hunters used to carry this small salame in their pack and eat  several pieces for sustenance during the hunt.