|By Marketwired .||
|December 24, 2013 12:53 PM EST||
WATERLOO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwired) -- 12/24/13 -- Campofrio hand-crafted, cured meats are now available in Canada, distributed through Piller's Fine Foods.
Spanish foods are carefully crafted to bring people together. And nothing satisfies guests like the rich tastes of Spanish specialty meats from Campofrio. Since 1952, the people of Espana have celebrated friends, family and guests with delicious meats from Campofrio, making it the #1 brand of traditional cured meats in Spain.
The Campofrio line features Jamon Iberico and Jamon Serrano, the finest of dry cured hams, and other Spanish charcuterie including Chorizo Clasico and Chorizo Sarta. Campofrio offers a delicious selection of meats that are sure to bring the zesty taste of Spain to the tapas and entrees on Canadian dining tables.
These fine products are now available at Loblaw, Zehrs, and Real Canadian Superstore banners.
Visit www.vivacampofrio.com for more information and creative ideas on how to serve these quality products.
About Piller's Fine Foods
Piller's Fine Foods is one of Canada's leading manufacturers of specialty European deli meats with more than 600 employees. Its corporate headquarters, production plant and distribution centre are located in Waterloo, Ontario, with operations in Brantford, Toronto and Arthur, ON.
It was founded in 1957 in Waterloo by Wilhelm Huber using family recipes, quality ingredients, and traditional European sausage-making methods. From those humble beginnings, Piller's has become one of North America's largest producers of European sausages and deli meats, famous for award-winning products such as Black Forest ham and air-dried salamis. To this day, after five generations of sausage makers, Piller's still uses the same natural aging, curing, and smoking process that had customers lining up outside Wilhelm Huber's butcher shop more than 50 years ago.
Piller's Fine Foods is a division of Premium Brands Holdings Corporation.
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