Prosciutto di San Daniele and Grana Padano Cheese - Giveaway

Prosciutto di San Daniele & Grana Padano cheese, two very traditional and well known Italian products that have been awarded with the PDO logo.

I absolutely love Grana Padano cheese and use it a lot, it's very similar to Parmigiano Reggiano or 'Parmesan' so can be used in a wide range of recipes.

Prosciutto di San Daniele is the best, it's totally delicious; Prosciutto is an Italian dry-cured ham that's usually thinly sliced and melts in your mouth.

Prosciutto di San Daniele and Grana Padano Cheese




Both have been recognised by the European Union as Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) products since 1996. In order to achieve PDO status, products must respect the strict Production Specifications.


This EU Designation is reserved for products that come from a strictly defined geographical area and are produced using distinctive processing techniques steeped in the history and tradition of that place.

Prosciutto di San Daniele and Grana Padano Cheese logo


A PDO logo guarantees high quality, authenticity and traceability by ensuring certain Production Specifications, including:

• Clear boundaries of the geographical area of origin of both the products and the raw materials
• Production methods following the traditional recipe
• Clear labels indicating where and when the products were made
• Quality and authenticity certification by independent and neutral accredited certifying bodies
• High quality physical and organoleptic characteristics

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Prosciutto di San Daniele and Grana Padano 
Cheese are protected by Consortiums which control each step of the production and help promote and protect them.
They are appointed by the Italian Ministry of Agricultural and Forestry Policies.

Furthermore, the independent certifying bodies are: INEQ (Istituto Nord Est Qualità), which meticulously inspects Prosciutto di San Daniele, while CSQA is responsible for checking the authenticity and of fire-branding Grana Padano Cheese.

Now for the Giveaway!
One lucky reader of this blog has the chance to win a sample box (same as mine in this picture) containing both Prosciutto di San Daniele and Grana Padano cheese along with a rather cute Grana Padano cheese knife.

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Disclosure.  I was sent a box containing Prosciutto di San Daniele and Grana Padano Cheese to try. All thoughts and opinions are my own.  I was not required to write anything positive.

Comments

Tracy K Nixon said…
No, I haven't but I would love to!
Tracey Peach said…
No I've never tried it before but would love to :) x
emma walters said…
i haven't but it does look yummy!
clair downham said…
no but i would love too
mellysocks said…
I have tried the Grana padano cheese but not that particular prosciutto.
Nora said…
I have not tried Prosciutto di San Daniele or Grana Padano Cheese but would love to try them both.
Sam Rhodes said…
Sadly I haven't tried it, it looks delicious though! :) x
Amanda Tanner said…
No I haven't but the cheese does,sound good.
laura banks said…
i haven't but it sounds really nice
Donata S said…
No, I haven't :D
Carly said…
I have not tried it yet but it looks so good! I would love to try it!
Kim Neville said…
Not tried before but looks nice 😀
Jo Glasspool said…
No, but it looks wonderful.
Sarah Ann said…
I've never tried either of these but they've got my mouth watering!
Jane Willis said…
I've had Grana Padano cheese several times. Not sure about the prosciutto - I've tried lots of types but I can't remember whether this is one of them.
Jane
haxel said…
I haven't tried either but they do look very delicious!

Hazel Rea - @beachrambler
Christine Dodd said…
No I have never tried them but would love to
Hayley said…
never tried but it looks lovely x
Deborah Walker said…
I'm not sure. Maybe when we were in Rome, or in Umbria.
Kat Lucas said…
I haven't tried them yet
Amy Pest said…
No but sounds lush
katie skeoch said…
I haven't but they look delicious!
Donna caldwell said…
I've never tried it
Chez Hadfield said…
I haven't but sounds gorgeous
Natalie White said…
I've had the cheese and it's amaaaaazing :)
Natalie White said…
I've had the cheese lots and it's soooo yummy!!
I haven't but I love the look of it and would love to x
Natalie Crossan said…
No unfortunately i haven't x

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