List of products by brand Iasa

Retired naval captain Francesco di Mauro founded Ittica Alimentare Salerno (IASA) as one of the first companies to preserve the bounty of tuna and anchovies brought in by the local fishermen of Cetara, a village tucked away in a small cove of the Amalfi Coast. There are only a handful of companies left in Italy that package freshly caught fish according to high quality standards. And IASA is the only one that continues to do most of the work by hand: gutting and cleaning the fish, placing layers of anchovies in drums with sea salt and hand packing the anchovies in jars.

Quality and tradition are Iasa's primary objectives, as well as safety and respect for the ecosystem. Only the best craftmanship is used to preserve the natural flavour that Italy is so famous for.

Founded in Salerno in March 1969, Iasa has successfully transformed from a family-run business of founding partners (which began in the 1900s on the Amalfi Coast and mainly focused on salting anchovies in wooden barrels), to a quality, modern corporation that now takes care of all kinds of different fish.

In 1980 they began working with tuna - which is now one of the company's most popular products. Caught tuna is sustainably caught from boats off the Amalfi Coast and is ready to be processed on site within a few hours, to ensure ultimate freshness and flavour. Tuna production is made with only small, carefully selected fish, so that the tuna is as tender and flavourful as possible, steamed and dried under vacuum.

There are 8 products.

Yellowfin Tuna Fillets in Olive Oil (200g) - Iasa

£5.49

Nutrient-rich, lean fillets of premium quality tuna fish, packed in extra-virgin olive oil.

Iasa have been working with tuna since 1980, which is now one of the company\'s most popular products. Caught tuna is sustainably caught from boats off the Amalfi Coast and is ready to be processed on site within a few hours, to ensure ultimate freshness and flavour. Carefully selected fish are then steamed and dried under vacuum to keep them as tender and flavourful as possible, with a luxurious silky texture. Hand-packing them in extra virgin olive oil not only guarantees a great, fresh taste, moist tenderness and authenticity, but also improves the tuna\'s health benefits. Nutrient-rich yellowfin tuna and the extra virgin olive oil impart their subtle flavours on one another, so be careful not to discard the oil. Best enjoyed with pasta, mozzarella or in a refreshing salad on a hot day.

Tuna Spread with Olive Oil (90g) - Iasa

£2.99

Only tuna and olive oil are used to give this paté a unique, delicate and unmistakable flavour.

Iasa have been working with tuna since 1980, which is now one of the company\'s most popular products. Caught tuna is sustainably caught from boats off the Amalfi Coast and is ready to be processed on site within a few hours, to ensure ultimate freshness and flavour. Carefully selected fish are then steamed and dried under vacuum to keep them as tender and flavourful as possible, with a luxurious silky texture. Perfect for appetisers and aperitifs. It is also delicious when spread on crispbread or used to fill fresh cherry tomatoes.

Pure Anchovies Paste (55g) - Iasa

£2.50

Anchovy paste: the secret ingredient you don’t know chefs use to expand the flavour! Anchovy paste is ideal for canapé and finger food or as a topping to your favourite pasta, and it goes well with cocktails, beers and sparkling white wines. 

Mackerel Fillets in Olive Oil (200g) - Iasa

£5.99

Unbeatable in both flavour and health benefits, especially as it\'s paired with olive oil.

This mackerel is hand-packed in olive oil to help the fish retain its moist tenderness. Both the fish and the oil impart their subtle flavours on one another, so don\'t discard the oil! The oil also improves the mackerel\'s nutritional content, which is a great source of omega 3, healthy and unsaturated fats and vitamin B12 - ideal for your brain and skin.

Unbeatable in flavour texture and health benefits, they can be eaten hot or cold topped on a crostini or cooked with pasta. Mackerel pairs especially well in pasta with other Sicilian ingredients, for example Pasta alla chitarra with mackerel ragù, capers, tomatoes and black olives, or use them to make a variation of trademark Sicilian dish \'Pasta con le Sarde\'.

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Grated Tuna Bottarga (50g) - Iasa

£6.50

Italy\'s best kept secret enhances any dish with a wonderfully intense sea flavour.

Bottarga di Tonno is the salted, pressed and dried roe of tuna that has been fished in the local Italian waters. An ancient, sunbaked ingredient belonging to the Mediterranean coastline it is strongly associated with Italian cooking, particularly that of Sardinia. Rich, and intensely savoury, it enhances any dish with a wonderfully intense sea flavour.

Chopped Hot Chilli Peppers in Olive Oil (100g) - Iasa

£2.49

A Sicilian masterpiece with the perfect balance between aroma and spiciness. Versatile but very hot.

Created to add a little kick to tuna and anchovies, these chilli peppers in olive have become one of the best selling products. Carefully selected chilli peppers grown in farms from Campania, south of Italy are immersed into olive oil to create a one of a kind Sicilian masterpiece with the perfect balance between aroma and spiciness. Thanks to the purity and essence of olive oil, chilli is a product that can be widely used in the kitchen to give a touch of flavour to all kinds of dishes. From pasta sauce to vegetables, it goes excellent with fish and is even delicious simply on toasted bread for an aperitif, or added to main courses for those who like a little extra spice.

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Anchovy Syrup "Colatura di Alici" (100ml) - Iasa

£8.90

Incredibly rare, the elixir is extracted during the anchovy curing process taking five months to produce.

One of the most treasured ingredients of the region of Naples is colatura di alici. Rich with the flavours of the sea, colatura dates back to ancient Rome. Incredibly rare to areas outside of Sicily, the production of this incredible liquid has actually dwindled so much that Slow Food International has declared the protection of this ancient ingredient. Pasta has never met a nicer friend than colatura. The most simple dish for it involves adding a dash of it to spaghetti, chili flakes and olive oil, but you can add lots of twists to this simple recipe such as lemon zest, toasted breadcrumbs or parsley.

Albacore White Tuna Fillets in Olive Oil (200g) - Iasa

£5.99

Favoured by top restaurants, Albacore tuna is one of the most sought after fish around the world.

Iasa have been working with tuna since 1980, which is now one of the company\'s most popular products. Tuna is sustainably caught from boats off the Amalfi Coast and is ready to be processed on site within a few hours, to ensure ultimate freshness and flavour. Carefully selected fish are then steamed and dried under vacuum to keep them as tender and flavourful as possible, with a luxurious silky texture. Albacore tuna (Thunnas alalunga) is one of the most sought after fish around the world, firm in texture with a rich, clean taste. Also known as the white meat variety of tuna, it\'s thickly cut and packed into glass jars with premium Italian extra virgin olive oil.

Hand-packing them in extra virgin olive oil not only guarantees a great, fresh taste, moist tenderness and authenticity, but also improves the tuna\'s health benefits. The nutrient-rich albacore tuna and the extra virgin olive oil impart their subtle flavours on one another, so be careful not to discard the oil.

Perfect in a Salade Nicoise or as part of an Antipasto platter served with peppadew peppers. Or you can simply top the fillets with capers, chopped fresh herbs and a squeeze of lemon.