Delallo Italian-Style Pepperoni Stick (20 oz.)
About this item
- Italian-styled pepperoni
- Pepperoni snack sticks for any occasion
- Use in a variety of ways
- Great on a salad, in a sandwich or when paired with cheese
Enjoy delicious Italian pepperoni with the Delallo® Italian Style Pepperoni Stick.
What Can You Use This With?
Delallo Italian Style Pepperoni Sticks are perfect to use with a tossed salad, to serve with cheese and olives, to add to a crusty bread or to use in a sandwich. And here are some other, creative ways to utilize the delicious flavor of these pepperoni sticks: use the pepperoni on a skewer, either with other varieties of meats or with some cheeses and olives, use it as a topping for baked potatoes, add it to a slice of grilled cheese, stuff thinly chopped pieces of it into mushrooms or add it to your quesadilla for some Italian flair. Whatever way you choose to utilize these pepperoni snack sticks, the creative possibilities are endless.
Not Always Unhealthy
Delallo Italian Style Pepperoni Sticks offer you more nutrition than you may think. For one, these pepperoni sticks help boost your vitamin and mineral intake. Pepperoni offers a healthy serving of zinc. Zinc is used by your cells to help control gene activity. Also, a healthy intake of zinc supports the health of your nervous system and your immune system. These pepperoni snack sticks also offer you a healthy serving of manganese: a mineral that's important in its ability to protect your cells from damage, to support your metabolism and to nourish your bones.
As for vitamins, Delallo Italian Style Pepperoni Sticks offer you a healthy portion of pantothenic acid and vitamin B12. Both of these vitamins make your brain cells better at producing chemicals involved in nerve communication and boost your cognitive functions. Also, eating enough foods with vitamin B12 helps your body better fend off diseases and reduces the risk of depression.
Is Pepperoni Really Italian?
These pepperoni sticks may be made in an Italian-style, but pepperoni actually originates from the United States. While it does originate in the U.S., pepperoni is certainly based off of and styled after Italian meats like salami.