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Whole Foods Adds La Piana Aged Balsamic Vinegars to San Francisco Offerings


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Italian Foods Corp.’s imported La Piana balsamic vinegars of Modena now are available in greater San Francisco area Whole Foods Markets, according to Francesca Lapiana-Krause, Italian Foods general manager.

The vinegars are imported from the Modena region of Italy and made from the juice of Trebbiano grapes grown in the region. These produce a rich, sweet and pleasantly acidic balsamic vinegar with intense, but well-rounded, flavor, Lapiana-Krause said. La Piana Bronze Aged Balsamic Vinegar of Modena has a density of 1.18 and a sugar level of 400 to 430 grams per liter. The Gold balsamic vinegar has a density of 1.32 with sugar at 750 grams.

Suggested retail prices of the vinegars, which come in 8.4-ounce decorative bottles, are $16.47 for the Bronze and $36.04 for the Gold. Italian Foods Corp. also carries Silver Aged Balsamic Vinegar of Modena with a density of 1.25 and sugar from 540 to 570 grams along with a line of Romantica vinegars. The suggested retail price of the Silver balsamic vinegars is $22.65.

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