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Smeg Release new Parmigiano Reggiano at Flagship

Smeg has announced that they will be releasing their own range of Parmigiano Reggiano DOP cheese. The company’s new product will be available exclusively at their flagship store which is in St James’ Market, Regent Street in London. The new Parmigiano Reggiano will come from the brand’s family-owned farm which has been found in the centre of the Guastalla province.

Montecoppe, the family owned farm has a good reputation for sustainable and environmentally friendly farming methods. This means that all of the Parmigiano that has been created on the farm is guaranteed to have Smeg’s high level of quality. The sustainable farming methods used on the fame also means that their customers will be able to track the product easily from farm to table. Montecoppe is located in a nature park in the Guastalla region, and the farm benefits from the protection that has been given to this land because of this status.

Smeg’s new product also holds the Parmigiano Reggiano DOP label. This status shows that the cheese has been awarded with the Protected Designation of Origin seal of approval. This prestigious accolade has been awarded to the product from the famed Emilia-Romagna region and is a demonstration of the high quality of the product. Smeg will be offering their new product at a choice of three ages: 12, 24 and 36 months. This age can vary to meet the taste of the customer. Ass well as the options in regards to the age of the cheese, customers will also be able to choose between 700g and 1 kg products. This product makes Smeg’s expansion into the food market and illustrates the company’s core beliefs on products outside of kitchen appliances.

Parmigiano Reggiano is a well-known and popular product that has connections to a number of rich Italian dishes. Referred to as Parmesan, the cheese is commonly used to further enhance the flavour of classic Italian pasta and risotto dishes as well as soups and salads. The cheese is known around the world for its taste and aroma.

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