LEARN HOW TO
HOW TO PLACE AN ORDER
Click on the button Online Store
You will see on the left side all our product categories.
There are three products display options:
1. Picture list
2. Picture grid
3. List (Text only)
Within the Qty box indicate the number of units or Kg amount you would
like to buy.
Upon entering the
amount in the Qty box, click on the green button Buy
Note in the top right
corner, your shopping cart Cart empty will change to indicate the item
quantity and sum of your order as (1 Item AU$___)
When your order is completed you will need to click on the button Checkout Order
PROCEED WITH THE FOLLOWING STEPS
1. Note the
recorded billing information.
2. Check the
delivery address and add any special instructions or changes.
3. Finally proceed to payment.
CREATE AN ORDER LIST
Go to My
account and click on Order List
search the product using the Product Code or the Product search.
find it click on Add to list.
Add as many
products as you want.
order the list based on entry sequence, code or title.
TO ORDER USING THE LIST
the space Order Qty and the click on Sent to the Active Cart
message should appear.
What does the DOP within some products mean?
DOP is short for Denominazione di Origine Protetta (Protected
Designation of Origin or PDO). It is a voluntary government backed certified
system that ensures products are locally sourced and grown. It is a guarantee
to the consumer that the food was sourced and made by local farmers and
artisans, using traditional methods. These specialties receive DOP recognition only
by following a strict set of guidelines: Every step from production to labelling
is regulated. The addition of DOP to a label may result in a slightly higher
price but it also promises the highest and best quality!.
What about IGP?
You may also find the IGP short for Indicazione Geografica Protetta
(indication of geographical protection) on other products. While also
well-respected, this certification is less strict than DOP. It traces food
specialities back to their geographical origin to at least one process of production,
but not to all processes.