Cooperativa Agricola Tumarrano is located in Cammarata (AG) in the heart of Sicily. It was founded in 1971 with the aim to support the small sheep and cattle breeders of the area.
In 2009 the Cooperativa started the production of fresh Ricotta and semi matured and matured Pecorino and Canestrato cheeses, all exclusively made from the milk collected from their farmers.
Today the Cooperativa counts for 60 members that provide mainly milk from the Sarda sheep, one of the greatest Italian sheep for cheese making.
Due to its golden and rich colour Pecorino Tumarrano has been called The Gold of Cammarata a term used also by the President of the Cooperativa, Mr Franceso Madonia.