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The dialectal word “biso” derives from the singular neuter Latin noun “pisum”. The ancient Romans called peas “pisi” and it is for this ancient linguistic influence that we still call them “bisi”.

What distinguishes the Bisi produced by the Postuman farm from other local varieties is the use of organic farming practices.

There are many legends and ancient stories of these wonderful green pearls…. PEAS OF COLOGNOLA

are sown in open fields or between rows of vines and olive trees.

Typically the sowing is in autumn and the harvest is in spring. It is a seasonal and genuine product because it does not undergo any chemical treatment.

It is irrigated by rain, caressed with a hoe and HAND PICKED.

They demonstrate how sustainable agricultural practices can produce high quality, healthy and delicious food.