Truffle - There are many different varieties, the most highly regarded being the prized Norcia and Spoleto black truffle, which can also be found in the territories of Valtopina, Gualdo Tadino and Terni, while the prized white truffle abounds in the Umbrian Upper Tiber and Alto Chiascio.
Castelluccio di Norcia IGP lentil - A local ecotype very small in size with variegated colour, very fine skin, delicate consistency and long shelf life.
Monteleone di Spoleto DOP spelt - A local spelt ecotype, which over time has taken on the specific and distinctive characteristics of theTriticum dicoccum species.
Colfiorito IGP red potato - It has a distinctive rough, thin, reddish skin with firm, crisp, light yellow-coloured flesh.
Saffron - The cultivation of this spice was revived in the 90s, in particular in the areas of Cascia and Città della Pieve. Cascia saffron, a highly pure saffron of Umbria, was included in the list of traditional food products (PAT) of the region.
Slow Food Presidium - Roveja of Civita di Cascia: a small pea-like legume, with a seed ranging in colour from dark green to grey-brown. Trevi black celery, with long, dark green stalks, no fibres and an intense aroma. Amerino cottòra broadbean, also known as mezza fava (half broadbean), on account of its small size. Lake Trasimeno bean, a bean-like legume, with an oval shape and varied colour details ranging from cream to black.