Eco-friendly trays for Veroni’s authentic Italian charcuterie
The Italy-based cured meat producer introduces its innovative, eco-friendly charcuterie packaging in the US market. With less than 75% of plastic and FSC-certified paper, the trays perfectly ensure the freshness of Veroni’s deli meat imported from Italy. The Italian, family-owned cured meat producer has developed innovative, sustainable trays to preserve the freshness, aroma, and taste of the authentic Italian charcuterie.
“We have developed a packaging that ensures the high-quality of our cured cuts and, at the same time, has a low environmental impact”, explains marketing manager, Emanuela Bigi. “While our mission is to offer US consumers the experience of savoring 100% Made in Italy charcuterie, we are committed to sustainability on every level. With the new trays, we aim to team up with environmentally conscious consumers, offering them an option that resonates with their choices.”
Paper from responsibly managed forests
Veroni is gradually introducing the new packaging in the US grocery stores, after having launched them in Italy and other European countries. The paper used for this new tray is FSC-certified. The Forest Stewardship Council® promotes responsible management of the world’s forests and its label traces paper that comes from responsibly managed forests.
“Our R&D team has been able to cut the amount of plastic used for our trays by 75%: currently, this is a whopping achievement in the industry”, adds R&D manager, Lorenzo Ferrara. “As a fresh food, charcuterie requires high-performing packaging that guarantees the quality and safety of the product. We are delighted to have won the challenge to assure the same standards provided by traditional trays while using paper as a key component”.
Enjoying the authentic taste of Italian charcuterie
The slow production processes of Veroni’s charcuterie help the flavors to shine. The authentic Italian charcuterie stands out for its high quality and unique, incredible taste. Veroni imports its cured cut directly from the company’s facilities based in Emilia-Romagna, a region with a long-standing tradition in salumi production and known as the Italian food valley. Once in the US, the cold cuts are sliced at the Veroni’s plant in NJ. The charcuterie offer includes a selection of Italian traditional salami such as Salame Milano, Salame di Parma and Salame Calabrese, and Italian specialty such as Prosciutto, Coppa, Speck and Mortadella. The “Antipasto Italiano” trays combine the charcuterie with cheese for an easy to prepare board. Thanks to the new eco-friendly packaging, Veroni’s charcuterie are not only good to enjoy, but also good for the environment.