Milk Road offers Buffalo Mozzarella to its customers. It is a mozzarella made with Italian Mediterranean buffalo milk. It is a dairy product traditionally produced in Campania and Lazio, in particular in the provinces of Caserta, Salerno and Latina, and an inimitable product because only in the regions mentioned above there is production to produce buffalo mozzarella and a world-famous product and exported all over the world.
The term mozzarella derives from the procedure called mozzare which means "to cut by hand", to separate from the curd and serve in single pieces, or rather the process of separating the curd into balls, still today it is produced by hand as in antiquity following the tradition handed down in the centuries.
The name "Mozzarella" comes from the fact that the spun paste obtained from the curd is "cut off," that is, cut by the dairy farmers to be modeled in its characteristic forms, whether it is rounded, braided or the bite-sized “bocconcini”. In Campania it has been like that for at least 500 years: "The water buffalo milk, which is used for making the ball tied with reeds, are called mozze (cut-offs)," writes Pietro Andrea Mattioli in 1563, and Scappi in 1570: "Top milk, fresh butter, ricotta flowers, fresh mozzarella, and ice cream."