|Val di Susa honeys, jams and preserves|
As many know, in Italy we are rather lucky because the food we buy in our grocery stores is usually fresh and for the majority, locally sourced. Moreover, the food Italians buy at their neighborhood market might not be officially certified organic, but overall, it is very genuine.
|Jams with only 40% sugars (must sugar)|
|the label shows the Fort of Exilles where they make this honey|
|the lilac is lavender!|
A young man represented his family's bakery: his mom made the cakes, his father the breads and him and his sister the cookies. He said his family used only their own flours of different cereals or locally produced ingredients and made chestnut cookies, rye breads, whole grain breads and mixed cereal and nut baked goods.
|cookies made of rice and barley flour with chocolate|
|hazelnut choco cookies|
There may be many markets and many local products but when you live the hectic city life it is nice to have access to these slow products that have the power of carrying the flavors of their original lands.