Susina Vaca Zebeo, Vacazebeo, Vacaza zebeo, Vacazaebeo, Vacazza

Susina Vaca Zebeo, also known as Vacazebeo, Vacaza zebeo, Vacazaebeo, or Vacazza, is a variety of plum that is native to the Emilia-Romagna region in Italy. This particular type of plum can be found in various towns and communes in Emilia-Romagna, including Modena, Bologna, and Parma.

In Modena, you can find Susina Vaca Zebeo at local farmers’ markets such as Mercato Albinelli and Mercato Campagna Amica. These markets offer a wide range of fresh produce, including this unique plum variety. In Bologna, you can find Susina Vaca Zebeo at shops like Eataly and Mercato delle Erbe. These stores specialize in high-quality Italian products and often feature regional specialties like this plum. In Parma, you can find Susina Vaca Zebeo at the famous Mercato Alimentare di Parma, which is known for its wide selection of local produce.

One popular recipe that features Susina Vaca Zebeo is the “Susina Vaca Zebeo Crostata.” This traditional Italian tart is made with a buttery crust and filled with a sweet and tangy plum filling. Another recipe is the “Susina Vaca Zebeo Jam,” where the plums are cooked down with sugar and lemon juice to create a delicious spread for toast or pastries.

Susina Vaca Zebeo has been recognized with the PAT (Traditional Agri-Food Products) recognition, which is a certification that highlights traditional and unique food products from specific regions in Italy. The specifications for Susina Vaca Zebeo include:

– The plum must have an elongated shape with a slightly flattened appearance.
– The skin should be dark purple, almost black, with a waxy texture.
– The flesh should be firm and juicy, with a sweet and slightly acidic taste.
– The plums should be harvested when fully ripe, usually in late summer or early fall.

– “Susina Vaca Zebeo” – Emilia-Romagna Region Official Website (
– “PAT – Traditional Agri-Food Products” – Italian Ministry of Agricultural, Food, and Forestry Policies (