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Petite GFA

$50.00 Regular Price

Since the remarkable Good Food Awards initiative was founded in 2010, we’ve had the honor of winning 20+ Good Food Awards (GFA), which recognize American-made craft products that are both delicious and responsibly produced. Your Gift Set Will Include:

*Charcuterie varieties are subject to rotation based on seasonality and availability, but will always be Award Winners.

  • Real Ingredients Real Ingredients
  • No Nitrates/Nitrites No_Nitrate/snitrites
  • No Antibiotics No Antibiotics
  • Gluten Free Gluten Free
  • GFA Winner GFA Winner
Nutrition Facts

Serving size 1oz., 4.5 servings per stick.
Calories 100
Total Fat 7g (9%)
Saturated Fat 2g (10%)
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 30mg (10%)
Sodium 480mg (21%)
Total Carbohydrate <1g (0%)
Dietary Fiber 0g
Total Sugars 0g
Protein 8g
Vitamin D • 0.2mcg 0% Calcium 10mg 0% • Iron 0.4mg 2% • Potassium 110mg 2%

Shipping info

Orders placed Friday after 3pm, Saturday, Sunday and Monday will ship on Tuesday. 

Orders placed on Tuesday and Wednesday before noon will ship on Wednesday. 

Orders placed after 1pm on Wednesday, orders placed on Thursday and orders placed before 3pm on Friday will be shipped on Monday the following week.

  • Storage & Preparation

    Salami keeps best when refrigerated. Store paper wrapped salami in a plastic bag or sealed plastic container in your refrigerator’s crisper drawer. Serve at room temperature, sliced as thick as you desire.

  • Flavor Profile

How to enjoy it

Our Good Food Award Winners deserve only the best accompaniments. A sheep milk feta or the Maia from Briar Rose Creamery, Toma from Point Reyes, the Highlander from Jasper Hill Farms.

Try some million blossom honey from Cascade Girl or a fruit spread from Mt. Hope Farms in Molalla, Oregon.

Add some crackers from Cracker King out of Beaverton, Oregon, and you're set to enjoy a whole board of winners!

Natural Molds!

We handcraft each stick of salami using fresh, natural ingredients. We also use the traditional methods of charcuterie-making by using live, active molds! To begin, we hand cut premium pork leg, shoulder and fatback, then grind and mix it with fresh garlic and spices. After stuffing it into natural hog casings, and hanging on racks, we move it into our incubator, where it is inoculated with live molds. The salami ferments for 48 hours before moving into our drybox.

This mold does many things! One, it helps protect the salami during the curing process from other bad bacterias. Two, it helps slow down and regulate the curing process, creating more consistency in the salami. Lastly, it helps add a level of flavor to our salami that is nearly impossible to recreate. Slowly developing flavor over time, the mold mellows the acidity from the fermentation process and creates a deep, funkier, sacred flavor. You cannot fake the flavor.