Gerini got its start back in the 1700s, though the butcher shop’s status was only officially formalized in 1882. Today Gerini can be called a veritable industry, exporting its products and producing its classic Tuscan salamis, though without losing sight of quality. Prosciutto is a featured product, from their Tuscan PDO to their Norcia PGI, both made in their own facility in Umbria, while their Aspromonte prosciutto, made from pigs bred in the wild, is produced at their Tuscan site.

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