DeLallo’s Fine Italian Foods
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DeLallo’s Fine Italian Foods

Posted on Monday, October 1st, 2012 at 10:21 am
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In the 1950’s, the George DeLallo family began producing fine Italian food to sell in their Italian grocery store in Jeannette, Pennsylvania. In the 1980’s, they introduced the concept of the olive and antipasti bar. Today, they produce Italian grocery items including olive oil, pasta, sauce, vinegars and tomatoes. They also offer a complete line of cured olives and antipasti.

DeLallo ensures all of their products are of top quality and remain consistent. Visit the DeLallo website for information on where you can find any of their products in your community. You can also order any of their goods in their online marketplace. DeLallo operates out of Jeannette, Pennsylvania. Customers living in that area can visit their original Jeannette marketplace.

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