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Now available – an organic variety of Arborio,
the popular Riso Gallo classic

"Experienced risotto chefs prefer real risotto rice such as Arborio, Carnaroli or Vialone Nano," explains Carlo Preve, CEO of Riso Gallo SpA, who represents the sixth generation of the owner-managed company. The Riso Gallo brand is the number one in Italy for risotto rice and one of the largest rice suppliers in Europe.

Arborio risotto rice

Arborio is the most popular type of risotto rice, and that’s not just in Italy- its name has become generally synonymous with risotto. It is grown in selected paddy fields in the Northern Italian region of Lombardy. Riso Gallo selects only the best quality rice for production, before each grain is individually dehusked using the traditional stone grinding method.

The high starch content of the Arborio grain and its ability to absorb water ensures that your risotto will be creamy and al dente. Never wash risotto rice before cooking, because that would remove some of the starchiness.

NEW Riso Gallo Arborio Bio

Organic Arborio is new in the European market. The grains originate from organic farms in the Lombardy rice region around Pavia. The grain is processed in a traditional way to preserve its natural properties. The nutritionally aware customer can now buy organic Arborio, certified by the EU organic logo, produced in harmony with nature.

In Italy, risotto is a main course because it is versatile and nutritious. With Riso Gallo Organic Arborio you can create many interesting recipes using seasonal vegetables, fish and meat.

More information about premium rice at www.risogallo.com

Source: Text & Kommunikation Petra Schönfeld