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Campo dei Fiori launches Mozzarella a fette Four slices of mozzarella packaged one by one: Campo dei Fiori simplifies life in the kitchen for all lovers of the most classic and most sold stretched-curd cheese.

Campo dei Fiori introduces Mozzarella a fette, the first ​​mozzarella in slices packaged one by one. Available in the fridge in the 110 grams pack, Mozzarella a fette is the practical ally in the kitchen for those who want to simplify and to speed the preparation of each dish based on the most classic and the most sold stretched-curd cheese.

Each pack includes four mozzarella slices individually packaged in a thin film. Mozzarella a fette is therefore the perfect ingredient to prepare sandwiches, toasts and salads in a simple and fast way, and it is also ideal for making the most elaborate dishes, thanks to its flavor and texture.

Mozzarella a fette combines taste and versatility and it is born from Campo dei Fiori’s constant attention to innovation of and from its experience in the use of the most advanced food technology for cheeses processing.

"Mozzarella a fette reflects the identity of Campo dei Fiori: for seventy years our company has been synonymous with genuine products processed with the highest production competence and attention to raw materials, combining traditional love for good things with a constant push to innovation, "comments Giorgio Monaco, Commercial Director of Campo dei Fiori. "Mozzarella a fette is for the chef, for the cooker experimenter, for those who want to eat well on all occasions but have little time: the steps to prepare dishes are simpler and time spent in the kitchen is reduced, without having to renounce to quality and taste".

Campo dei Fiori presents the new Mozzarella a fette ​​on the stage of Tuttofood, the international B2B food and beverage trade show, scheduled in Milan from 8 to 11 May 2017. It is possible to discover the new product at the exhibition booth of Campo dei Fiori, located in the Unione Industriali di Varese area (Hall 10, booth D02-D04)

(April 27th, 2017)

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