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Vialone Nano Rice

Vialone Nano Rice

A semifino variety widely planted in the area south of Verona, this is a shorter and rounder grain with an almost pearl-like shape.

Ideal for making sea-food based risotti in the style of Venice, including squid black ink or mixed shell fish, this pebbly rice is also ideal for making rice salads and even paella.

Recipes featuring Vialone Nano:

Vialone Nano Riso alle Vongole

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Principato di Lucedio Vialone Nano Rice Shelftalker

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Last Updated: 01 March 2017

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Description

A semifino variety widely planted in the area south of Verona, this is a shorter and rounder grain with an almost pearl-like shape.

Ideal for making sea-food based risotti in the style of Venice, including squid black ink or mixed shell fish, this pebbly rice is also ideal for making rice salads and even paella.

Recipes featuring Vialone Nano:

Vialone Nano Riso alle Vongole

Click to download printable shelf talker:

Principato di Lucedio Vialone Nano Rice Shelftalker

Product Sheet

Last Updated: 01 March 2017

Read More about this Product on Our Blog

Vialone Nano Rice Featured in La Cucina Italiana

Product Details

Product CodeUnit SizeUnit / CaseCase WeightUPC CodeNotes
30210 500 gr/1.1 lb 20 11.3 kg/25 lb 7-93232-30210-2
30212 5 kg/11 lb 2 11.3 kg/25 lb bulk - no UPC

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Product Details

Product CodeUnit SizeUnit / CaseCase WeightUPC CodeNotes
30210 500 gr/1.1 lb 20 11.3 kg/25 lb 7-93232-30210-2
30212 5 kg/11 lb 2 11.3 kg/25 lb bulk - no UPC

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