Wild mustard is a wild herb, known since the times of the Romans, who appreciated it for both its gastronomic and medicinal properties. It contains Vitamin B, Vitamin C, proteins and mineral salts. It has many beneficial properties for our health; it is recommended, for example, in cases of rheumatism, muscular pains, respiratory tract ailments, and can stimulate blood circulation.


Wild mustard lends itself to a wide variety of culinary preparations. In the past, farmers would combine wild mustard with stale bread and other wild vegetables to prepare the ancient and well-known dish called 'Pancotto'. We harvest it in our fields from October to November and from March to April

place the frozen product in a cold pan with 20 ml of water per layer of vegetables, cover and cook over a moderate heat for 4 min. Or cook the frozen product in boiling water for 4 min.

Technical information

  • pack small basin oz 35,27 | carton oz 141
  • IFS International Featured Standards
  • Frozen product, ready to use
  • Puglia
  • THarvest time: october - november / march - april
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Our Chefs

Wild mustard has a multifaceted flavour: sweet, with various nuances of bitterness, and finally spicy, lively and persistent. It lends itself to any preparation and recipe.