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Polidori sausages are Gluten Free.
*Beer brats, bangers, and precooked meatballs do contain gluten.
Polidori sausage does not contain any MSG.
There are no preservatives in Polidori sausage.
Polidori sausage does not contain any Soy.
Polidori sausage does not contain any Nitrates.
Polidori sausage does not contain any Nitrites.
All of the sausages sold to grocery stores do not contain sugar.
All of the sausages sold to grocery stores are Whole 30 compliant.
Please refer to the store locator section of the website for a complete listing of King Soopers, Safeway, and City Market stores that carry Polidori sausages.
Started by Great Grandma Ana Polidori back in 1925, the company is still family owned and operated by her great grandchildren Steven and Melodie.
Over 65 varieties of sausage are made at Polidori.
Polidori sausage is the leanest Italian Sausage on the market at only 11 grams of fat per serving.
Polidori sausage can be safely stored in a refrigerator for 3-5 days, or until the “sell by” date marked on the package. Polidori Sausage can be frozen for up to 4 months.
Polidori Meats is a local company, celebrating our 94th year in business. Run by 4th generation Polidori’s, they have been making Italian Sausage in Denver, longer than any other Colorado sausage company.
If you do not see Polidori Sausage at your local grocery store, talk to the meat manager and ask them to order it. Customer’s demands have strong influences over what a store carries.
There are several ways in which to cook Polidori sausage. A favorite and quick way is to pan fry, grill or broil for 15 – 20 minutes, turning frequently until cooked through and firm to the touch. If your pan starts to burn, try adding a little water and steaming the sausages to finish. Remember that fresh sausage needs to be cooked thoroughly. According to the USDA and the National Pork Board, pork should be cooked to an internal temperature of 160° F.
Polidori sausage sources its pork from trusted producers in the Midwest. Our producers raise and process the hogs in a humane manner as regulated and inspected by the USDA.
Polidori sausage is inspected by and regulated by the USDA on a daily basis. We have a full-time USDA inspector onsite daily. In addition, we adhere to a strict food safety program (HACCP) that includes best practices and we conduct third-party audits for our procedures on an annual basis.
Polidori Sausage is made fresh using only the finest ingredients just like it was made back in 1925. A true authentic family heirloom recipe that Great Grandma Polidori brought to America from southern Italy. Polidori sausage is made using lean cuts of pork shoulder combined with only enough fresh spices to add flavor.
We only use natural hog casings and collagen casings for our sausage.