Crauti, also known as sauerkraut, is a traditional dish that can be found in the Trento region of Italy. This fermented cabbage dish is popular in several towns and communes in Trento, including Trento itself, Rovereto, and Pergine Valsugana. It can be found in various stores and shops throughout these areas, such as local markets, grocery stores, and specialty food shops.

One store where you can find crauti in Trento is the Mercato delle Erbe, located in Via San Giovanni Bosco. This market offers a wide range of local products, including sauerkraut. Another option is the Alimentari Trento, a grocery store in Via Roma, which also sells crauti among its selection of regional foods.

Crauti can be enjoyed in various ways, either as a side dish or as a main ingredient in recipes. One popular recipe is “Crauti e Salsiccia,” which combines sauerkraut with sausage. Another delicious option is “Crauti e Speck,” where sauerkraut is cooked with speck, a type of cured ham.

Crauti from Trento has received the PAT (Traditional Agri-Foodstuffs) recognition, which guarantees its traditional production methods and quality. Some specifications of Trento’s crauti include the use of local cabbage varieties, fermentation with natural lactic acid bacteria, and a minimum fermentation period of 20 days.

– “Mercato delle Erbe Trento.” (
– “Alimentari Trento.” (
– “Crauti e Salsiccia Recipe.” (
– “Crauti e Speck Recipe.” (
– “Crauti di Trento PAT Recognition.” (