To restore the purity of Cinta Senese has finally decided to participate in the re-introduction of this native breed, almost extinct.
The Cinta Senese has ancient origins but still uncertain. This breed of pigs dates back to 1300 for the successful deployment of its robustness and easy adaptability to be bred in the wild. Until the '50s, almost all farm families raised some Cinta then processing pigmeat and stock up on meats.
Its uniqueness, as well as the excellent quality of its meat, is to have a white band encircling the shoulders and forelegs, while the remaining parts of the body are black.
and there in our production the cereals, the homemade pasta, the biscuits, the porcini mushrooms...