As an Italian cold cuts producer, we aim to bring the best of Italian charcuterie to your home. The Italian tradition offers many delicacies that will  always allow you to find something “new” to try. For example, have you ever tasted pork loin (or “lonzino” in Italian)? This delicious deli meat comes from the loin of the pork,a muscle on the back of the animal. It’s a lean cut with an incredible tenderness and clean pronounced flavors that cures easily. The time to age this cold cut is very short, just 3-4 months to have this delicacy made.

How to eat roasted pork loin

Even for Italians who consume charcuterie almost every day, roasted pork loin is a special and refined cold cut that they reserve for special occasions. Veroni’s Italian roasted pork loin is lightly seasoned with Italian spices and slow roasted for its tenderness. It’s a great alternative to turkey and ham. The lovely pink slices of pork loin are not big, they are smaller than Coppa.  Surprise your taste buds by preparing a Cuban sandwich: a long, crusty white bread with Swiss cheese, pickles, and yellow mustard. With no doubt, our tasteful Italian roasted pork loin will be a great addition to your charcuterie board. You can pair it with cheddar and mozzarella.

The best wine pairing for pork loin is a white wine such as Riesling, but if you prefer red wines, go for a younger wine like Pinot Noir or Merlot.

Where to find roasted pork loin

Roasted pork loin belongs to Veroni’s deli line that includes Italian Coppa, Italian Mortadella, and various Italian regional salame: Toscano, Parma and Calabrese. You can find our 100% Italian charcuterie in the best deli shops. Go to the cold cut counter and ask your favorite Veroni’s deli meat freshly sliced.

You can easily store it in the fridge for 2-3 days.