Rinci is an artisan company of top-quality gastronomic delicacies, founded in 2015 in the heart of the Conero Regional Park in the Marches in Italy. Francesco, Luca, and Alessandro are its young and enterprising owners. They offer high-quality gastronomic creations that reinterpret the tastes of tradition with wisdom and originality. The company produces vegetable preserves and sauces that offer unmistakable flavors and unique sensory experiences. Our core business are the Paccasassi: Paccasassi or Spaccasassi is the dialect name for wild sea fennel. This natively-growing herb grows overlooking the sea. At first glance, it seems that its roots literally "split" the rocks while they creep into the cracks and take root in the soil and sand that they find in their path. The Paccasassi del Conero, real pride of these lands, are included in the Arca del Gusto project of the Slow Food Foundation. The Paccasassi are protected by the legislation of the Conero Natural Park, which protects biodiversity. That is why the collection of Paccasassi in its natural form is prohibited. Rinci farms the land right inside the Park and grows the Paccasassi in their natural habitat, not far from the sea. The processing company, based in Castelfidardo (An), has a modern plant to produce canned vegetables. The laboratory is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and technological machinery that make it possible to enhance and maintain the flavor of Paccasassi as naturally and genuinely as possible. Their potting is also done manually, to avoid damaging or breaking the leaves. The processing of all fresh raw materials takes place with minimal impact on the final product. Moreover, mild pasteurization methods minimize thermal damage and enhance the final quality of the products. Stabilization does not involve the use of preservatives, additives, or chemicalsAll production and marketing processes comply with the latest food safety and hygiene standards. The company is certified organic and follows the most demanding voluntary certification standards.