CAO Formaggi - the Italian acronym for Cooperativa Allevatori Ovini, meaning Sheep Breeders Cooperative - is a Cooperative composed of 700 members, that was founded in 1966 in the province of Oristano. The cooperative was established with the aim of bringing together a group of farmers to transform the milk produced in the respective companies in order to create a distinguished production of delicious cheeses with high quality standards. The farmers' union also intended to enhance and recognize the work and characteristics of the sheep milk heritage of the territory.
Pecorino Romano black crust
The classic Pecorino Romano DOP produced in Sardinia with milk collected only by the members of the cooperative.
The taste is intense, savory and with notes of milk.
Ideal for the preparation of pasta alla carbonara, amatriciana or cacio e pepe.