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Volpi Foods Launches Pepperoni And Chorizo Crumbles

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Volpi Foods has unveiled its new Pepperoni and Chorizo Crumbles, its first crumbles-style product. With more consumers cooking at home, Volpi’s new crumbles are a convenient way to add flavor to pizza, pasta, salad and roasted vegetables.

The crumbles feature a bold and smoky flavor profile with heavy notes of sweet paprika, peperoncino flakes and fennel seed. The new product will be available in select regional retailers in Missouri, Iowa, Pennsylvania and Ohio in October.

“Over the last year, we’ve seen a rise in demand for spicy flavors coupled with a desire for convenience. Consumers are looking for easy ways to incorporate trending flavors into everyday meals at home,” said Deanna Depke, marketing manager of Volpi Foods, the St. Louis-based, fourth-generation Italian family-owned and operated producer of specialty cured meats since 1902. “Volpi’s Pepperoni & Chorizo Crumbles are a convenient and delicious option for consumers to top their favorite pizza, pasta and salad recipes.”

The Pepperoni and Chorizo Crumbles are packaged in pre-crumbled 4-oz. packs. This joins Volpi’s other pepperoni and chorizo products, such as sliced Traditional Chorizo, Gourmet Uncured Pepperoni and more. All Volpi Foods products are made from meats with only all natural ingredients and no synthetic nitrates or nitrites.

Volpi Foods’ Pepperoni and Chorizo Crumbles will be available at regional Midwest retailers such as Hy-vee and Giant Eagle, with more to come. Follow Volpi Foods on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube to stay up to date with new products, recipes and more, or visit the website here. To find Volpi products near you, use the store locator here.

The Volpi family migrated from Milan to St. Louis, Missouri, in 1898, bringing with them the ancient European art of dry cured meats. John Volpi founded Volpi Foods in the St. Louis’ Italian neighborhood of The Hill in 1902, and now 118 years later, the business remains a leader in the specialty food industry. While the family still operates a deli and shop from the original storefront, consumers can now find Volpi Foods products across the country.

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