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Parmigiano Reggiano Mezzano D.O.P. Aged 13-18 months - 19.90/Kg


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Regular Price: £19.90

Special Price £14.90


Parmigiano Reggiano Mezzao D.O.P. x kg

Parmigiano Reggiano Mezzano is light, good and ready to eat. How to enjoy it? You can cut it into cubes and serve it for an aperitif; with a good dry white wine or with fresh fruit. Try our Parmigiano Reggiano Mezzano selection: all the real taste of Parmigiano Reggiano in a short maturation cheese. Parmigiano Reggiano Mezzano is one of the oldest and most famous Italian cheese in the world. 

Used grated on top of pasta, soups, risotto, vegetable or fruit salad. It can be eaten one or also a great snack with toasted bread.

Our Parmiginao has been aged for a minimum of 13 months.

Used grated on top of pasta, soups, risotto, vegetable or fruit salad. It can be eaten on its own or also a great snack with toasted bread. Also the perfect ingredient for Bresaola, recket and Parmigiano Salad.

A bit of history:

According to legend, Parmigiano Reggiano was created in the course of the Middle Ages in Bibbiano, in the province of Reggio Emilia.

It’s production soon spread to the Parma and Modena areas. Historical documents show that in the 13th and 14th centuries, Parmigiano was already very similar to the cheese produced today, which suggests its origins can be traced to far earlier periods. Mezzano name identifies the Parmigiano Reggiano cheese, that shows limited or medium sized defects in the mass and/or rind structural texture, which do not affect the typical organoleptic features of the product. Besides the hot iron branded mark, a special mark consisting of parallel lines is stencilled all around the cheese rind.

Parmigiano Reggiano cheese has a Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) certificate.

Legally the name refers exclusively to the Parmigiano Reggiano PDO cheese manufactured in a limited area in Northern Italy.

Special seals identify the product as authentic, with the identification number of the dairy, the production month and year, a code identifying the individual wheel and stamps regarding the length of aging.


Ingredients: MILK, salt, rennet. Allergens: Milk.

Typical Values for 100g of product: Energy 1671kj/402kcal, Fat 30g, Of which saturates 20g, Carbohydrate 0g, Of which Sugars 0g, Protein 32.0g, Salt 1.6g.


Parmigiano Reggiano Mezzano cheese is stored in a chilled fridge and leaves our warehouse between 0º to 5ºC. We can only deliver chilled products to destinations where a Next ­Day service is available.

We highly recommend the purchase of  Thermal Box for Chilled/Frozen Produce, which maintains the product in a temperature-controlled atmosphere. 

The system has been designed specifically for the distribution of temperature sensitive goods by post. Through the use of cooling elements, we can ensure that all Chilled/Frozen products maintain a temperature between 2º to -8º C over the period of 24 hours with an average outside temperature of 20º C.

The cost of the Thermal box is £ 4.99. You can select this additional option by ticking the specific box on the Optional Order Fees at the checkout. 

PLEASE BE AWARE that we cannot take any responsibility for the degradation of the Chilled/Frozen Product if you choose not to purchase the recommended Thermal Box.

What will happen if there is nobody available to accept delivery?

You must be available to receive your order on the first attempt. Although we will instruct the courier to leave the package with a NEIGHBOUR or in a SAFE PLACE whenever possible. We cannot guarantee that this will happen and cannot take responsibility for spoiled goods where you have not been in to accept the delivery. - Please do not reject your box for any reason. Frozen goods that are not delivered have to be thrown away. If you detect any damage or leakage, please still accept the box, then inspect the contents and contact us if necessary. A small amount of liquid formation is normal as the ice begins to thaw. If there is genuine damage, we will not ignore your claim just because you did not reject the delivery.