Alce Nero Introduces Organic Apple Cider Vinegar and Organic Balsamic Vinegars of Modena

November 17, 2019

How many of you have the habit of consuming organic vinegar in a foam of dressing or consume it directly? To me, I love to mix it with my salad as a dressing. And Alce Nero is my first choice when coming to Vinegar. Alce Nero, the leading provider of organic food in Italy introduces Organic Apple Cider Vinegar and Organic Balsamic Vinegars of Modena, which is made from grape, to meet the rising quest for optimum health and vitality among Malaysians.


Usually Malaysian will consume vinegar to cool down their body temperature, improve blood circulation, reduce symptoms of sore throat and aid in weight loss. The cultural and traditional practices in many countries use vinegar as an appetite suppressant to aid weight loss.

It has been reported that the leading cause of death in Malaysia is cardiovascular disease. Vinegar can help to reduce blood pressure and regulate blood circulation which may be linked to increased risk of heart diseases.


Traditionally, vinegar is believed to cool down and reduce the body’s temperature and relieve the symptoms of sore throat. This benefit of consuming vinegar is especially useful during the high temperatures Malaysia has experienced during the recent heatwave. 

Alce Nero Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, and Organic Balsamic Vinegar of Modena are 100% organic certified by European Union Law and by JAS organic agriculture in Japan, including the crops, the land on which it is grown, the factories in which it is processed, as well as the procedures and ingredients used for all items. 

What sets good vinegar apart is the origin of the raw ingredients and how they are processed. Especially for a product that you plan to consume without heating or cooking, trusted organic options are better, including for vinegar.

Alce Nero Organic Apple Cider Vinegars ~ versatile and healthy


The Alce Nero Organic Apple Cider Vinegars are wholly organic, giving consumers full confidence in consuming them without the worry of pesticides, additives or preservatives. Available in two variants, Filtered and Unfiltered, this premium apple cider vinegar is packed with health benefits. 

The acetic acid content may help control blood sugar by blocking starch absorption, and promote insulin sensitivity directly after meals in those with insulin resistance or with type 2 diabetes. Acetic acid suppresses appetite, increases metabolism, and reduces water retention making it useful for weight loss. 

Alce Nero Apple Cider Vinegars come with potassium and enzymes that help boost energy, with antimicrobial properties that have been used throughout history in healing wounds and infections. 

It is rich in bioactive substances that help defend against oxidative stress and strengthen immunity. 

Alce Nero Apple Cider Vinegars are versatile, it can be enjoyed as a drink, a salad dressing or to add a zing to sweet and sour dishes. It makes a refreshing drink when mixed with with Alce Nero Honey. The low acidity in these vinegars allows a long shelf life without being refrigerated. 

Alce Nero Organic Balsamic Vinegar of Modena ~ rich and flavorful


Alce Nero Balsamic Vinegar of Modena is a darkish, concentrated, and intensely flavoured vinegar, produced from well-aged fermented grape must. It shares the same health benefits as Alce Nero Apple Cider Vinegars, with slight differences in calorific value and acidity. 


Suitable to enjoy daily as a drink, with salads, sauces and marinades, or to enhance the flavor of chicken, steak or fish dishes. 


Where to get Alce Nero OrganicApple Cider Vinegar and Organic Balsamic Vinegar of Modena

Both variants of Alce Nero Organic Apple Cider Vinegar retail at RM12.50, each, while Alce Nero Organic Balsamic Vinegar of Modena retails at RM13. These Alce Nero vinegars are certified Halal.

Alce Nero vinegars, and its other fine organic food offerings are available at organic food sections of AEON, Cold Storage, Ben’s Independent, Jason’s Food Hall, Jaya Grocer and Village Grocer.

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