Mixed Mushrooms In Oil


Iposea Mushrooms are delicious, fresh mushrooms, carefully picked and marinated in oil, spices, vinegar and lemon juice from which they develop a flavour with extra zing. Mushrooms are a source of vitamins such as B2 and potassium.



Iposea Mixed Mushrooms in Oil presents a balanced mix of mushrooms, predominantly Volvaria Volvacea (straw mushroom), Pholliota Nameko , and Psalliota Bisporan (champignons).  A combination of various mushroom texture and taste, from mild to sweet to musty and delicate; guaranteed enjoyable for every bite.





What to look for in this product:

•Selection of young mushrooms, sprinkled with Mediterranean herbs and served in seasoned sunflower oil
Meaty and salty with a touch of piquancy that creates a well-balanced flavour
Tender, natural texture, without hard or dry outer leaves
Consistent quality in every jar


Suggested uses:

•Perfect for antipasti serve alongside cured meats, olives and artichokes
•Also great to chop and toss into pastas, stir fries or for toppings on pizza and bruschetta
Mixed Mushrooms In Oil
Size 290g

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The Company IPOSEA was founded in 1927 by Messrs. Masiello as a family business and it is specialized in the processing of preserved vegetables. The production process is executed with modern and technologically advanced plants in all its phases, with the efficiency of automation and computerisation, combined with the human touch of artisanal methods and multiple manual quality checks. The quality of the products is the main objective of the organisation, targeting full satisfaction of the consumer. IPOSEA operates from a new, modern factory is located in the Industrial Zone of Cerignola in Puglia. It has 5 lines of processing plants and has processing more than 13.5 tons of vegetables every year.



Did you know?

  • Artichoke is a thistle and a member of the sunflower family
  • During the 16th century artichoke was considered to be an aphrodisiac and women were forbidden to eat them
  • Artichokes leaves can be ground up and made into tea.
  • Each IPOSEA artichoke is checked for quality and removal of hard leaves by a worker approximately 5 times at different stages of production before the lid is finally put on the jar.
  • France was the first to cultivate mushrooms in the mid 17th century. From there the practice was spread to England and made its way to the United States in the 19th century.