Time Out says
Saboriccia’s owners believe that the best way to sell a quality product is to have the client taste it. Therefore, every day they set up a stall at the back where they present several and different delicacies: cold meats, jams, chutneys, olive oils, wines and regional bread. They insist the neighbours know about the tasting – hence the sign on the door describing the products of the day – and encourage them to try one or two of the store’s products that are not included in the tasting. It’s simple: if you don’t know if you like the mango mustard or the honey mustard with garlic best then ask someone to open the jars. If you end up not buying any then the jars become part of the tasting.