The rolling hills of the Marche are well suited to the cultivation of several varieties of fruit trees; the rich and fertile soil of the hills surrounding the town of Corridonia (MC) is perfect for the creation of a thriving farm which gave new wealth to the area, creating a high-quality production and a wide variety of products. The organic plum tree has a very good ability to adapt to every soil, but, for a perfect result, it prefers hilly areas. The plum tree boasts a variety of origins, from the Sino-Japanese to European and American ones, anyway the one best suit to organic farming is the European variety, due to its ability to be productive in any environment and to withstand even the lowest temperatures. To create 100 grams of this excellent organic plum extra preserve Coop. Sociale San Michele Arcangelo uses 127 grams of fresh plum, very different from the jams offered by large scale distributors.
Cooperativa Sociale Koinonia onlus. Località Teglia 12. 63858 Montefortino (FM). The Coop. was founded in 2007, with the purpose of helping disadvantaged people to reintegrate into society through new incentives and growth opportunities. Over the years, with this noble purpose, the Cooperative has created a thriving business, which is closely linked to the territory and offers products rigorously certified as organic by the Environmental and Ethical Certification Institute (ICEA). San Michele Arcangelo's products are handmade, according to the traditional method, and totally respectful of the environment, everything to guarantee the highest quality for the consumer and an unforgettable experience for every palate.
General Information: Preserves can be consumed au naturel or cooked. How to eat: Preserves are delicious spread on warm bread or on a buttered focaccia or cookies. They pair well also with meat, instead of sauces, and with hard and savoury cheeses. Due to the high percentage of fruit, extra preserves are scrumptious also enjoyed by itself, as a dessert. The preserves can be used also to make baked desserts: pies, cookies and cakes.