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VERONI

With a wild range of premium quality products, the only imported Italian brand of cold cuts in the US takes the charcuterie board trend to the next level.

SNACK LINE

Bring the unique taste of Italian charcuterie always with you! Veroni’s brand-new snack line offers the finest, 100% made-in-Italy cold cuts paired with Provolone cheese, breadsticks, and dried fruit. These are the perfect ready-to-enjoy combinations for your break time or, as we call it in Italy your “merenda”. Fresh, healthy, and genuine, Veroni’s snacks suit every moment of your day. You can enjoy them at the office, school, after your workouts, or just strolling around.

We at Veroni always strive to allow you to try the authentic flavors and high-quality of the Italian charcuterie by importing our cured meat to the US directly from our production facilities located in the Emilia-Romagna region, which is regarded as the Italian food valley. From our single sliced charcuterie trays to the Enjoy AperiTime pre-made charcuterie board, and our new snack line, we offer you a wide range of products to savor and share with family and friends.

 

“If you can imagine EVERYTHING you love about charcuterie boards, with the BEST quality meats, cheese, and crackers.. minus any of the work,, all ready to go! Then you’ve just imagined the incredible reality of Veroni’s!

Quality meets flavor and convenience with each delicious, gorgeous, fresh, and perfectly paired platter of delectable treats! Grab a friend, and pack a picnic in the park, that feels like you’re at a 5 star patio!”

 

PRE-SLICED CHARCUTERIE

The entire product assortment is manufactured and HPP processed in Italy. It is then sliced and packaged in a consistent climate-controlled environment in Veroni’s USA facility, to guarantee optimal freshness. The slices are cut very thinly, as if they were prepared in Italy, for the best taste and aroma. We then apply “Ready to Eat and Easy to Open” packaging, a new type of easy open packaging, which results in a longer shelf life.

PROSCIUTTO COTTO

  • Lactose free

  • Gluten free

  • No added phosphates

OUR HISTORY

Since 1925 we’ve been aiming to let the taste of the best Italian cold cuts reach your tables.

Our story starts in a small grocery shop run by five brothers and located in Correggio, a small town in the heart of the Emilia-Romagna region (Italy). It is within the walls of their first shop that Fiorentino, Francesco, Paolo, Adolfo and Ugo Veroni decided to expand their family business of salami production, founding F.ll Veroni in 1925. Over the period of only a few years, the company was able to establish itself as a point of reference on the Italian market, constantly growing to the present day.

Today the fourth generation of the family is at the helm of a company that continues to invest in projects that are focused on continuous improvement, the pursuit of quality excellence and the constant balance between tradition and technological innovation.

From a small local grocery shop we’ve evolved into a modern reality using advanced technologies. Nevertheless, the art of traditional salami production is being transmitted from generation to generation, protecting and maintaining the value of traditions, artisanal techniques and old recipes.

The most important dates during our journey:

1925 founding of F.lli Veroni in Correggio (Emilia-Romagna), led by Fiorentino, Francesco, Paolo, Adolfo and Ugo Veroni

1934 Veroni produces the first giant mortadella, the company’s trademark

1969 Francesco Veroni, current president, enters the company

1970-1990 Veroni renews and extends the production facilities

1996 The giant mortadella reaches a still undefeated record of 26 quintals for 2 meters in circumference

2007 The fourth generation of the Veroni family assumes company leadership, which strives for modernization of the headquarters and expanding into markets abroad

2016 Veroni is the first Italian company to import 100% made in Italy Salami to the US, which is sliced in the company’s New Jersey plant.

 

 

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