In the ancient world, many places in the Mediterranean took the name of Taricheiai (in Greek) or Cetaria (in Latin). This is due to the fact that in these places, in ancient times, there were establishments for the processing of fish.
Cetara, an enchanting small fishing village that we meet after Vietri sul Mare, owes its name to the presence of this activity since ancient times.
With the Middle Ages, almost all the Roman factories for the processing of fish were transformed into plants similar to the traps, since the production of sauces, at first highly sought after, fell into disuse.
In Cetara, however, there is still a fish processing industry today and Delfino Battista proudly continues its tradition, continuing to produce specialties that arise from the indissoluble bond with the splendid sea of the Amalfi Coast.
Passion, strong family ties, great commitment: this is the essence of the Delfino Battista company, a reference point for the production activities of Cetara.