Looking for quality, sustainable organic ingredients? Italian brand Alce Nero has all you need for your kitchen adventures!
It’s no secret we like to eat well, and love amazing produce: interested in where your food comes from? If you haven’t already, take it one step further by going organic. Better still, whip out your cooking chops and make your own dishes with sustainable ingredients. Wondering where to get organic goodies in Singapore? Check out Alce Nero, one of the pioneers of organic farming in Italy with more than a thousand farmers, beekeepers, and processors in its all-green team. Founded in 1978, Alce Nero is celebrating their 40th anniversary this year and we know you’ll love what they’re all about…
Alce Nero offers the widest selection of organic Italian products in Singapore, with farmers that are both producers and shareholders – this means you are able to put a name on each product sold and trace its origins. The selection is extensive too, and you can find anything from pasta sauces to authentic Italian pastas, as well as jam and biscuits. Best of all, these items are produced using raw materials from Italy, and without the use of pesticide or chemicals, so it’s real quality for your buck.
Did you know that Alce Nero champions sustainability? Some causes which they support include promoting the development of small and medium-sized agricultural producers, and distributing produce in support of fair trade.
No gluten? No problem!
Searching for cooking ingredients when you’re gluten intolerant isn’t the easiest thing. Made exclusively with corn and rice grown in Italy, Alce Nero’s range of gluten free pasta allows you to whip up some delicious pasta dishes without worry.
Dinner is served
Short of kitchen inspiration? Alce Nero has plenty of interesting recipes to check out There’s everything from pasta to breakfast ideas and even desserts — all guaranteed to make your next dinner party a real success.
Find Alce Nero’s products in 20 independent organic stores and over 80 supermarkets in Singapore. Here’s the full list of stockists.
This article is sponsored by Alce Nero