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Corbarino Cherry Tomatoes in tomato juice
Cobarino owes its name to the ancient village of Corbara, small gem of the Lattari Mountains. With its intense red colour it is characterised by a delicious sweet-and-sour taste due to the fertile volcanic soil and the sea breeze of the near Amalfi Coast. Rich in vitamin C and antioxidants, the ideal is to taste it on Pizza or as ingredient for sauces based on fish.
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Situated at the entrance of the Amalfitan Coast, the town of Corbara has a very ancient hystory. Some unspecified sources attest its origin at the time of Romans, maybe linked to the civitas of Nuceria Alfaterna.
During the Middle Ages the town of “Corvara” is mentioned in different documents just as pertinence to the near Nuceria.
The town, with a strong agricultural vocation, is famous for a very particular kind of tomato. The Corbarino cherry tomato is a concentration of antioxidants with its fire-red colour and its intense sweet and sour taste. The particular shape of an “elongated pear” is its distinguishing mark even though there are different ecotypes which have developed during the time. The Corbarino par excellence is cultivated exclusively on the hills of the Lattari Mountains where the volcanic soil and the microclimate of the Chiunzi pass grant higher organoleptic qualities in comparison to its similars of the plains.
The concentration of Vitamins C, A and lycopene make it a very good ingredient for the Mediterranean Diet and for the health-conscious lifestyles.
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION PER 100G OF PRODUCT
Energy (kcal) 21
Energy (kj) 88
Proteins (g) 1
Carbohydrates (g) 4
Fat (g) 0,1
Fiber (g) 0,9
|Place of production||Pagani (SA)|
|Storage||Keep in a cool place and protected from light, once opened store in the refrigerator and consume within 3 days.|
|Ingredients||Corbarino Cherry Tomatoes, Corbarino tomato juice. Gluten free and preservatives free|
|Food combinations||Sauces for dishes based on fish, pizza|