Established in 2009, Olympia Provisions is home to Oregon’s first USDA-approved salumeri
Salami Nola is coarse-ground with chili flakes, black pepper and allspice. It has a deep, ruddy color and a nice mellow heat from the chilies. From Olympia Provisions, home to Oregon’s first USDA-approved salumeria. Salumist Elias Cairo sources local, high-quality ingredients to create his superb charcuterie, and the meat curing facility is located in the historic Olympic Mills Commerce Center, a former cereal mill that has been restored and repurposed. Olympia Provisions salumi are made with all natural hog and beef casings, and their pork is sourced from Carlton Farms, a company with a focus on antibiotic free, humanely raised meat.