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Discover Prosciutto at Eataly

Discover Prosciutto at Eataly

Here at Eataly, we love prosciutto. Each paper-thin slice boasts a sweet and salty flavor, thanks to a traditional curing process that has been around since ancient Roman times. To learn more about how prosciutto is made, check out our guide on Eataly Magazine!

From August 5-18, 2019, we're celebrating all things prosciutto in our stores with special offers, events, and tastings.  

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WHAT TYPES OF PROSCIUTTO CAN YOU FIND AT EATALY?

We are proud to offer a variety of prosciutti sourced from the very best salumifici (cured meat producers) throughout Italy.

Prosciutto di Parma DOP

Prosciutto di Parma is a delicate, sweet cured pork made in Parma, a small province in the heart of Emilia-Romagna. It is considered one of the oldest varieties of prosciutto, dating back to 100 BCE when Cato the "Censor" first mentioned the incredible tasting ham air-dried in the hills of Parma. Learn more here.

Prosciutto di San Daniele DOP

Hailing from Italy's northern region of Friuli Venezia Giulia, Prosciutto di San Daniele is known for its distinct guitar-like shape thanks to a special pressing process which helps the salt deeply penetrate the meat. It has a sweeter flavor and darker color than other prosciutti. Learn more here.

Prosciutto Toscano DOP

This type of cured pork is salted and seasoned with local Tuscan herbs and spices like black pepper, juniper, rosemary, and garlic. For this reason, it has a unique spiced flavor and slightly drier texture than other Italian cured hams. Learn more here.

Prosciutto di Carpegna DOP

Prosciutto di Carpegna gets its name from a small village in Italy's central Marche region where it is produced. Each leg is carefully sourced from a particular Italian pig breed variety called Pesante Padano, or "heavy pigs." Learn more here.

Prosciutto di Modena DOP

As its name denotes, this variety comes from the Modena area in Emilia-Romagna. It has a sweet, intense flavor and a signature pear shape due to a unique trimming process. Learn more here.