Burrata di Andria PGI is a cheese made from cow's milk and obtained from the combination of cream and spun cheese. The outer skin is made exclusively of spun cheese which surrounds a mixture of cream and stringy spun cheese. It has a round, sack-like shape with a characteristic closed top.
Burrata di Andria PGI is a small, round sack of spun cheese that is white and shiny, with a characteristic closed top. The filling, or stracciatella, has a spongy consistency and is made of spun cheese that has been separated into strings by hand and immersed in cream. Burrata di Andria PGI weighs between 100 gr and 1 kg and the skin has a thickness that is greater than or equal to 2 mm. The flavour is given to the mixture of fresh or cooked milk, butter and cream.
Burrata di Andria PGI must be eaten fresh. Its shelf life is an indication of the continuous link between traditional production and territory. Nonetheless, Burrata di Andria PGI enjoys an excellent reputation among consumers, as demonstrated by its diffused presence on the menus of many restaurants around the world, where the value of this product is highlighted by specifying its Andrian origins.
PGI (Protected Geographical Indication)(ES). The protected geographical indications (PGI) identify an agricultural product, raw or processed, which quality, reputation or other characteristics are linked to its geographical origin. Year of registration 2016
286 - 321 kcal per 100 gr.
17 - 18 gr. per 100 gr.
21 - 25 gr. per 100 gr.
3.57 gr. per 100 gr.
20 mg. per 100 gr.
150 - 536 mg. ( – 61% )*
85 - 161 mg. ( – 85% )*
*(the difference from the average value)
15,3 - Individual visits per month (average)
130 - All individual visits
08 08 2018 - Date of publication of this article