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Manchester Center, Vermont 05255
802.362.4051
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Frequently Asked Questions

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How do I slice my salami?
How long does this product last?

Can I put my salami in the freezer?
Where are you located?/Where can I buy your products?
Is this white mold on my salami?
How do I use salami in a dish?




How do I slice my salami?
First, cut the end (especially if there is still twine attached to your salami). Then cut a straight, shallow slit down the length of the salami. Peel back the edges of the casing, and pull back to the point where you will be slicing to. It is now ready to be sliced and served. We recommend slicing and serving at room temperature to make it easier to cut thin and taste the full flavor. For charcuterie/antipasto plates we recommend cutting them into small, round pieces. You can always cut them vertically for sandwiches. After cutting store in plastic bag in refrigerator.


How long does this product last?
All of our dry cured products are shelf stable and do not require refrigeration until opening. Unrefrigerated cured meats last approximately 3 months, refrigerated they last 6-9 months. Coppa's shelf life is 3-6 months and should be stored in the refrigerator at all times. We also recommend refrigerating cheeses.


Can I put my salami in the freezer?
The only products we recommend freezing is fresh rope sausage and bacon. Freezing cured meats and aged cheeses deminish the flavor and alter the texture. To ensure the best quality please only cool in the refrigerator.


Where are you located?/Where can I buy your products?
We do not have a retail location. We are a mail order business, with the base of operations located in Sandgate, Vermont, plus you can find us at the Rutland Farmers Market every Saturday and throughout the region at Festivals. There are numerous stores and restaurants that sell and serve our products. The full listing by state can be viewed by clicking here.


Is this white mold on my salami?
No. Sometimes salt from the curing process collects on the outside of the casing. You can rinse off the residue or simply remove the casing.


How do I use salami in a dish?
The most simple way to serve salami is in a charcuterie plate. But there are endless possibilities! Take a look at our recipe page
here.