NATIVE FOOD MEANS CULTURE
Welcome to Goodproducer’s native food page, although you may directly call it local food if you wish. This page is a tribute to the hard work small producers carry out every single day to supply quality local food products to everyone.
Some native food products we present on this website you can find around the world. Others can only be enjoyed locally as they are freshly made on farms.
What local food you will find on our website?
You will find indigenous grape varieties recovered by persevering winemakers. You will discover a new wave of cheesemakers who took over their family business and now follow traditional recipes to make local cheeses with a modern twist. You will discover native vegetables that grow only in privileged areas and endemic species at risk of extinction that work hand in hand with small producers as they produce unique food products.
Do farmers in your area produce extraordinary local foods?
If the answer is yes, feel free to leave a comment below, and we will glad to write an article about a local product you love!
The Romorantin Grape, A Rare Variety – Loire Valley
Romorantin is a white grape exclusively found in the Cour Cheverny Appellation, one of the most unknown in the Loire region. This appellation is famous for its castle and has huge potential for producing wines.
Sicilian cheese La Tuma “ammucciata”
If you are the kind of cheese lover who is intrigued by discovering peculiar cheeses from different parts of the world you would not want to miss this artisan cheese made in Sicily. This cheese is produced according to an ancient method of conservation: La Tuma “ammucciata”.
The art of brewing sake
This sake brewery has a deep sense of community as they work synergistically with local farmers and the environment to create a quality product and at the same time respect nature.
Orange blossom: the blooming of a local economy
Watching a spirited old woman take care of these orange blossoms flowers with such a tender love is something that warms your heart.
Olives varieties of the world: Makri
The Makri is an olive variety native to the southeast region of Greece, Thrace. This zone provides a particular microclimate. In this area, Makri olive trees benefit from the humid, salty air of the Egeo sea breeze, and cold northern winds.
Wines of Portugal: el Vinho da Talha
When you talk to local winemakers in this remarkable wine region of Portugal, they will tell you that Vinho da Tahla is something that is completely distinct from your average wine.
This is the story about a traditional Argentinian drink. This local product involves an ancient elaboration process. This Blog is about something unique: the Yatay liqueur.
Saffron from L’Aquila D.O.P.
L’Aquila’s saffron has certain requirements, such as the label, the origin, the safety, and the authenticity of the food. Since 1971, there have been about 46 producers of Italian saffron from the Navelli plateau.
Calabrian licorice: a world heritage of taste
Licorice is present throughout the Calabrian territory, from the mountainous interior to the coasts, and especially in the plains where it is skillfully cultivated.
The Sicilian black bees
Sicilian black bees have populated Sicily for millennia. This marvelous honey is widely used also in many typical Sicilian recipes.
Indigenous grape Picolit
Among the numerous native grapes that Friuli Venezia Giulia offers to the wine world we have chosen the noblest: Picolit.
Excellence from Andalusia: the Payoyo Cheese
In recent years, Payoyo cheese has won awards at international events, and it can now be found in world-renowned restaurants. It is one of the highest quality cheeses made in Spain.
Çuç di Mont, where tradition meets the art of cheesemaking
At the start of summer, production of the traditional malga cheese çuç di mont begins. In the Friulian language ‘çuç di mont’ translates to ‘cheese of the mountains.’
Pedro Ximenez grape, the indisputable queen of Montilla Moriles
With Pedro Ximenez variety, Spanish winemakers obtain unique wines, truely gems in the wine world.
Indigenous grape Romé from Axarquía
Lauren Rosillo from Sedella Vinos shares with us some of his knowledge about the grape variety Romé and Mediterranean viticulture
All recent Native Food Producer on the map
Discover all the wonderful and undiscovered native small producers which are part of our network.!
Discover the passion of local masters and artisan craftsmanship
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