Salchichon de Pozo Blanco refers to a sausage/cured salami-like ham, a specialty from Cordoba, Spain. Salchichon de Pozo Blanco is made in Pozoblanco, hence its name (literally means "Salami from/ Pozoblanco"). Pozoblanco is a city in Cordova Province in Andalucia, Spain Salchichon de Pozo Blanco which is also known as Salchichón de Pozoblanco is also referred to as Andalusian cured salami-like ham.

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