The agaricus bisporus mushroom is an edible basidiomycete mushroom native
to grasslands in Europe and North America.
Agaricus bisporus mushroom is cultivated in more than seventy countries,
and it is one of the most commonly and widely consumed mushrooms in the world.



From the Latin name Pleurotus Ostreatus, the Oyster mushroom is one of the most cultivated and known fungal species in the world.
In Italy it is commonly known as “Orecchione” or “Fungo Ostrica (in english Oyster Mushroom)”.
It has a large and flat fruiting body and a thick but soft consistency.
The color can vary from light gray to dark brown depending on the variety.
It has a very tasty flavor that well combines in a lot of different dishes.
Thanks to its body shape It is suitable to be cooked both in the pan or on the grill.



These varieties which include Shiitake, Agrocybe and other "unusual" strains are commonly
known as exotics as they represent an alternative to the traditional use of mushrooms in most
countries cuisine. Other varieties are also available upon request.