Mackerel fillets in olive oil. 300gr jar
Ideal for appetizers and for dressing of bruschetta.
Mussels with natural
Mussels with natural.
Anchovy fillets in seed oil - 1.5kg jar
Anchovy fillets in seed oil. 1.5kg jar.
Minimum seasoning 5/6 months.
Filleted and potted always and only by hand according to the ancient Sicilian tradition.
Tuna belly in olive oil
Yellowfin's tuna belly can.
The tuna belly is the most valuable part of the tuna, which is packaged for storage in olive oil and highly appreciated by the Japanese clients.
The tuna belly is obtained from the fattest part of the tuna, the one that surrounds the abdominal cavity: the muscular bundles are interwoven with fat that make the meat softer and tastier.
It is very popular in Sicily, where it is called "surra".
Of lighter shades than the classic canned tuna it has a pinkish color with a soft taste.
Ideal for appetizers and salads. Excellent for the preparation of first courses.
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WORLD WIDE SHIPPING
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In the '50s Francesco Serio founded the homonymous company for the processing and preservation of salted anchovies. In 1979, to respond to new market and expansion requests, together with Rosario Cascio, the company became a capital company, constituting the current "Pesce Azzurro Cefalù S.r.l".
Today the company is a leader in the Italian market in the canned fish sector.
In the beginning the company produced only anchovies and salted sardines fished in our seas and provided the largest Italian companies, in the '80s it expanded its production into a wider range of products including anchovy fillets in oil in different formats.
In our company, which is located near the fishing port of Cefalù (in Sicily), the processing and conservation of all our products are carried out exclusively by hand by skilled and experienced people, according to the most ancient Sicilian traditions, handed down since the most far from the local fishermen, who still allow the perfumes and flavors of Mediterranean recipes to remain unaltered. In 2004 the company acquired a new plant in Cefalù for the production of marinated and smoked products.