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$15 for $30 Worth of Imported Italian Groceries and Wine
The shop stocks imported parmigiano reggiano ($17.99/pound), Lavazza Crema e Gusto Italian coffee ($5.99), Lo Duca moscato wine ($15.99), and 3-liter tins of Italian and Greek extra-virgin olive oil ($17.99).
Antonio and Rosa DeRosa came from a long line of merchants who sold Italian staples such as pasta, olive oil, and wine in Montedecoro, Italy. The family was well known around Naples for these provisions, and when Antonio and Rosa immigrated to America in 1926, they stocked their business, DeRosa Imports, with these same Old World staples.
Today, grandson Anthony DeRosa runs the shop, where he upholds tradition by importing extra-virgin Sicilian olive oil, Italian espresso, and pastas ranging from rigatoni to gnocchi. Over time, the family has expanded their selection to include products from countries such as Croatia and Serbia. Artisanal pickles, sauces, and jams infused with rose hips or sour cherries line the shelves, along with bottles of wine to pair with dinner or pour on thirsty houseplants.