I’m not quite sure why I hadn’t already tried Fiorucci Prosciutto Panino, aside from the fact that I had yet to see it on shelves in our store or even other similar stores that I have frequented in the past, but once I finally tried it, I was kicking myself for not having already. If your anything like me, meat and cheese is not to be joked about, it is to be consumed vacuum cleaner style. Unlike most deli meat and cheese combos, Fiorucci comes in a delicate and modest package of eight (convenient volume control for people like me who don’t stop eating til I’m the fat lady singing), each about the size of a finger as oppose to the more common forearm sized deli meats and cinder cheese blocks that you can’t stop yourself from finishing in one sitting and providing you with that heart attack at an early age that you’ve always wanted.
Ok, now for the nutritional low down on these bad boys. I’m sure most of you are assuming (rightfully so) that this product is a sodium nightmare. I’m not going to lie to you, there are 910 mg of sodium per serving. However, the little bit of bad, comes with a lot of good. For instance, they contain zero carbohydrates, only 200 calories, and a whopping 16 g of protein per serving as well. So if you’re on a low carb, high protein, calorie counting type diet, this product would be a terrific snack or appetizer. A little extra calcium in your diet can never hurt either, if you’re not a big fan of drinking milk or other popular ways in which calcium is typically consumed.
In summation, I don’t only approve this product, but I also highly recommend it for all you foodies out there that like to enjoy the authentic taste of Italy on occasion or just want to venture out and try something new that wont let you down.