Saclà Gherkins are crunchy delicious little pickles excellent to serve as starters on vegetable plates or with other pickled vegetables. Since they are typically finger food they are great for any buffet setting, and with their tart flvaour, it is excellent when contrasted with sharp or mild cheese.


Saclà Gherkins goes through a careful selection process. It should be harvested when it is around 4cm long any longer it looses its sweet flavour and turns bitter with time.


What to look for in this product:

Crispy whole gherkins
Light green shade and a consistent size
Sweet flavour as compared to others which are often bitterly sweet
Consistent quality of size, colour and taste every time you open a jar


Suggested uses:

•Serve as antipasti straight from the jar
•Perfect as side dish next to a prosciutto
•Great for salads or in your tuna sandwich
•Soaked in honey or some sugary syrup makes an awesome dessert
Size 290g

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In 1923 businessman Signor Secondo Ercole established SALPA (Stabilimento Astese Lavorazione Prodotti Alimentari) in the region of Piedmont, Northwest of Italy. His aim was to bring the fresh produce of the region to the world by preserving it in cans and jars.  In 1939 the corporate name changed to SACLÀ which stands for Societŏ Anonima Commercio e Lavorazione Alimentari. From early beginnings packing vegetables into cans, Saclà extended its range of products and soon flourished as one of Italy's most progressive food companies.  After more than 80 years Saclà has earned a reputation for being the forefront of authentic Italian fine food with product ranging from pickled vegetables, antipasti, and sauces for pasta.  Saclà is still a family owned company.



Did you know?

  • Saclà was a pioneer in the  use of “twist-off” jar closure for food
  • Saclà was a pioneer in TV food advertising in Italy with its first TV commercial on olives made in 1969
  • Saclà is available in 32 countries in 6 out of 7 continents