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Production, processing and conservation of fruit and vegetables. Oil, preserves, in oil and food specialties obtained from an exclusively artisanal food process.


QUARTO DEI GRECI was born in the valley of the Cigno torrent in Lower Molise, among hills, orchards, olive groves and vineyards. A place where the ancient gastronomic traditions of this land of ancient origins flourish. In which the genuine flavors are proposed by the company with a guarantee of quality and genuineness.
We produce vegetables and fruit transformed into traditional food preserves. Our past, jams and an excellent extra virgin olive oil produced in the company oil mill.

Our production processes are exclusively artisanal. We use selected raw materials, controlled and of certain origin. We do not use preservatives and comply with all food sector regulations to ensure a fresh and safe product.


Extra virgin olive oil
The varieties used are the Gentile di Larino, the Leccino and the Peranzana, The olives are harvested by hand stripping and are processed within 24 hours of harvesting. Stone millstones are used and the extraction is cold without adding heat and solvents.
Tomato preserves and ready-made sauces
Tomato puree is one of our main productions and is the flagship of the company. The other specialties are also worked by hand with the sole addition of salt, basil and vegetables.
Vegetables in extra virgin olive oil
Each stage of the preparation is completely artisanal, from the peeling of the vegetables to the blanching in vinegar, the potting and covering with extra virgin olive oil.
Other specialties
The fruit used is produced by the company and processed within 24/48 hours of harvesting. Blackberry and raspberry jams are produced in limited numbers. The oranges arrive from the Gargano following the ancient "tratturi".

"The passion and care with which each jar is packaged, compliance with food standards, the use of fresh products, without dyes or preservatives, are all safety guarantees and make our products real food specialties."
Maria Teresa Occhionero
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