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Pistachios Bronte

Sicily is the only Italian region where it produces the pistachio (Pistacia vera). The Bronte Pistachio is grown in the municipalities of Bronte, Adrano and Biancavilla between 400 and 900 m s.l.m. In the territory of Bronte, in over 2600 hectares of land, there is 80% of the production of Sicily and represents 0.25% of […]

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Almod Avola

Under the name “Almond of Avola” refers only three cultures: Pizzuta, Fascionello, Roman or Almond Avola Originating in the Avola, Syracuse area, are the most valuable cultivars of almonds on international markets. The epoch of early flowering in fact in the middle of winter, as early as December or in early January, allows these cultivars to […]

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