Where do I find...?
Nowadays most local supermarkets and speciality stores carry the ingredients necessary to create authentic tasting Tuscan dishes. Quality Italian extra-virgin olive oil, aged cheeses and cured meats are exported and imported into many countries, but if your local businesses do not carry the ingredients you need, you could check out the following online merchants that specialize in providing these ingredients.
Oil 2 Go - Quality olive oil from Italy, from a small importer in Virginia, with a section on the history of olive oil.
Olio Beato - Organic olive oil from Puglia, with details on characteristics and health benefits.
Florentyna's Fresh Pasta Factory - Homemade pasta delivered fresh to your door. Based in Los Angeles.
Al Dente Pasta - High quality pastas and sauces, including organic pasta
Fratelli Ravioli - Homemade ravioli and pastas, sauces, and mozzarella
Alfonso Gourmet Pasta - Lots of fresh pasta, in various shapes and colors
Salumi Artisan Cured Meats - Cured meats ans salami produced in Seattle using Italian traditional methods while innovating and creating new tastes
Teitel Brothers - A wide range of imported Italian food products, from pasta to Nutella, to savoiardi and dried fruits
DiBruno Bros. - Italian gourmet products, particularly cheese and cured meats but also oils and pastas
Variety of Foods
Gustiamo - Oils, vinegars, pasta and rice, Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese
Il Buco - Sea salt, oils, vinegars
Bella Cucina - Pasta, sauces, oils and vinegars
These links are provided as an additional resource for our visitors. Clicking on the links above takes you away from this website; Zuppa Toscana does not assume any responsibility for the content, policies or accuracy of those websites.