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  • Nastro Azzurro beer

    Peroni Nastro Azzurro is a european low-alcohol lager / german leicht(bier) brewed by Birra Peroni Industriale S.p.A..Peroni Nastro Azzurro is the globally renowned international super-premium beer from Italy and is appreciated by the elite in the world’s top cities. It is Italy’s number one premium beer, a crisp and refreshing Lager with an unmistakable character and a Continue Reading

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  • Celebrating an unusual Italian Easter

    Chocolate eggs are stacked high in supermercati, Colomba dove cakes decorate pasticcerie windows and lambs are being made ready for the dining table. But away from the well-known traditions of an Italian Easter there are many different ways to celebrate. From cheese rolling to Florentine fireworks, dancing devils to sprinting Madonnas and tree lifting to Continue Reading

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  • KOREANS LIVE IN ‘REPUBLIC OF COFFEE’

    The number of coffee shops in Korea is estimated to have topped 100,000 ― almost double the number of convenience stores here, according to Small Enterprises and Market Service (SEMAS), Monday. As of the end of March, 90,809 coffee shops were in operation nationwide compared to 54,000 convenience stores. Considering bakeries and dessert cafes, which Continue Reading

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  • Pasta of fortune 250 gr – 500 gr

    Search pasta in the shape of four-leaf clover! INGREDIENTS: durum wheat, dehydrated spinach in powder 4%, dehydrated tomato in powder 4%, beetroot in powder 4%, turmeric 2%COOKING TIME: about 5 minutesBEST BEFORE: within three years after the date of production  

Gusti d'Italia S.r.L.

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Gusti d'Italia S.r.L.

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  • De Cecco spaghetti

    Traditional production methods that stay true to our over 125 years old family recipe1 Since 1886 we have been choosing the best durum wheat produced in Italy and in the rest of the world to guarantee a pasta with unique qualities and a perfect cooking performance2 Before being milled, our wheat must pass strict quality Continue Reading

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  • Jefford on Monday: Valpolicella Revealed

    Which is Italy’s biggest wine-producing region? My ignorant assumption has always been that it was Sicily or Puglia in the south, or just possibly Tuscany in central Italy. Wrong. The engine of Italian wine production lies in the north of the country, in Veneto (1.27 million kg of harvested grapes in 2015 compared to nearest rival Puglia’s Continue Reading

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  • Take the bitter with the sweet: A word on digestifs

    If you’ve been following our journey through the history and application of bitter liqueurs, you already know a bit about apertifs. But the plot thickens as we journey to the end of the meal to enjoy a lesson in digestifs, in particular the beautiful and elusive Italian amaro. Unless you grew up in Europe, or were blessed Continue Reading

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  • Duck Meat and Orange Sauce

    Most people associate duck breast in orange sauce with French cuisine. But Italians know better. They claim the popular dish originated in Florence. Ingredients: Duck meat 49% Italian origin, tomato, celery, carrot, onion, extra virgin olive oil, salt, sugar, orange peel 0.5%, corn starch, aromatic herbs, acidifying: citric acid. Weight: 180g/6,35Oz  

Gusti d'Italia S.r.L.

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  • Floral Italian whites perfect for spring sipping

    ISACS is the founder and CEO of EnjoyGourmet, a leading gourmet digital (www.enjoygourmet.com.cn) and print media company in China. He has authored over a dozen wine and food books including the awarded ISACS Guides and other gourmet books and is a wine consultant to governments, wine regions and organizations. He also hosts wine events for Continue Reading

  • Food is important – ask an Italian. But recipes aren’t sacred

    They form a powerful part of our personal and cultural history. But we need to allow for experimentation – and not be outraged when ingredients are changed   You’ll no doubt be aware that the internet, though a marvellous invention, is also a maelstrom of pedants, trolls, mansplainers and sealions (sealioning being “the name given to Continue Reading

  • Roero, dwarfed by famous neighbors, is an Italian wine region you should know

    Roero is the place by the places. It’s the wine like the wines, and the wines we’re talking about are all made of the nebbiolo grape variety, and they all come from Piedmont in northwestern Italy. But there are differences, and the difference that favors Roero is price. I like to think of the red Continue Reading

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  • CETA: ONE MORE OPPORTUNITY FOR MADE IN ITALY FOOD

    The amount of EU cheeses to be exported to Canada will have doubled, and there is also green light to Prosciutto di Parma export   Many lights and some shadow is what comes from the details of CETA (Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement), the trade agreement between EU and Canada recently approved by the European Parliament. Canadian food Continue Reading

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  • Wine Ink: Prosecco puts spark in sparkling wines

    One of the wine world’s success stories in 2016 was the boom in Prosecco. The Northern Italian bubbles rose to reach all time records on the back of a 2015 harvest, which produced in excess of 400 million bottles. The United Kingdom has proven to be particularly passionate about Prosecco and is the world’s largest Continue Reading

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  • Olive Oil Prices Are Going Through the Roof

    First came zucchini and eggplant shortages. Then Iceberg lettuce disappeared from European grocery shelves.  Now erratic weather in Spain and Italy, the world’s biggest producers, is rippling through global olive oil markets, and it’s about to get worse. Prices for extra virgin olive oil in Italy have soared almost one-third since October to €5.75 ($6.15) Continue Reading

  • Lemon and mint soft drink

    An enlightening combination of zesty lemons and aromatic mint for those who like tradition with a twist. Greenish pale straw in color, its soft, sweetish, balanced flavor finishes with a pleasant citrus persistence and subtle notes of mint. Limone e Menta has two flavors that capture the relaxing vibe of a Mediterranean summer in a unique, delicious Continue Reading

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  • Made in Italy? New smartphone app targets foreign fakes

    A new, free smartphone app aims to protect the ‘Made in Italy’ brand by helping consumers spot the difference between genuine Italian produce and foreign fakes. Shoppers can scan products’ bar codes to find out if they are really of Italian origin. The app, created by non-profit organization Reliabitaly, can be used in Italy or Continue Reading

  • The 2012 Brunello Vintage is a Return to Finesse

    If you love elegant, age-worthy Sangiovese, then stock your wine cellar with 2012 Brunello di Montalcino. Defying the intense heat of the growing season, many 2012 Brunellos have the vibrancy usually found in cooler vintages. They boast juicy red berry, noble tannins and impeccable balance that will allow them to age well for years. Out Continue Reading

  • 10 Pastas Most Americans Have Never Heard Of

    “Life is a mixture of pasta and magic”, said Italy’s most revered film director Federico Fellini, known the world over for his film La Dolce Vita (meaning, the “sweet life”) Those who love Italy, also pine for the aesthetic pleasures of la dolce vita, including fast cars, fashion and pasta. But in America, there are only a few Continue Reading

  • Dark chocolate cremino

    The chocolate cremini, soft and tasty, are made with our hazelnuts and each one is hand cut as the ancient way. They are selected one by one for you in a classic and elegant packaging. Weight 150 g Items per carton 12 Shelf life: 18 months

  • The sexy history behind this popular Italian dessert

    If you feel a bit sexy after indulging in tiramisu, you’re not alone. Italians believe tiramisu is a strong aphrodisiac, and once you know it’s erotic history you’ll understand why. Tiramisu was invented inside brothels in the gorgeous northern Italian town of Treviso, renowned for its sexually relaxed mores and pleasure-seeking inhabitants. In Italian, tiramisu Continue Reading

  • Meet Satèn, Italy’s Silk Wine

    The luxurious bubbly you never knew existed, and how to try it now. It only makes sense that the official wine partner of Milan Fashion Week is on a quest to make the world’s silkiest wine. The Satèn style of Franciacorta was created with the goal of recreating Italian satin in wine form—a nod to the industry Continue Reading

  • Mayonnaise with Green Pepper

    This mayonnaise is particularly appealing to those who prefer the spicy, aromatic flavour provided by green pepper, which goes well with grilled red or white meats, hard-boiled eggs or raw tomatoes.100% gluten-free, it is suitable for controlled diets.Ingredients: sunflower oil, pasteurized whole egg 11%, wine vinegar, lemon juice, salt, sugar, mustard seeds, green pepper 0.5%. Continue Reading

  • Real Italian products finally available on the shelves of big US chains as ICE program bears its fruits

    You’re not imagining things: real “Made in Italy” mozzarella and Prosecco can now be found on the shelves at Walmart. This ‘gamble’ was launched almost two years ago by then-Vice Minister (now Minister) of Economic Development, Carlo Calenda, in order to increase the distribution network and bring Italian agricultural foods to the table in places like Continue Reading

  • Ferrero, Italian products

    We happy to inform our clients that we can supply Ferrero products regularly, only produced here in Italy. Based on our contract with Ferrero, the products cannot be sold in UE.This is just a short list of the products avaiable Praline (Rocher, Mon Cheri,…): 6 months Nutella&GO : 7 months Nutella B-ready : 7 months Continue Reading

  • Artisan beer with cocoa beans

    With its unusual brewing process and ingredients – malted barley, oats, cocoa beans, carob beans, hops and yeast- this beer is not easy to categorise. Despite many doubts about how best to create a beer with cocoa, this beer was finally developed with the idea coming to the brewer having watching a documentary about the Continue Reading

Gusti d'Italia S.r.L.

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  • High-fat cheese: the secret to a healthy life?

    A diet rich in cheese might actually be good for our health, according to a new study. A group of researchers from the University of Copenhagen found that eating cheese could help to improve health by increasing our levels of“good” high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol - thought to offer protection against cardiovascular and metabolic diseases. The researchers conducted a 12-week Continue Rea...

Gusti d'Italia S.r.L.

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  • Anson: Americans moving in on Piedmont

    People went ‘crazy’ when news broke that a US family had bought the historic Vietti winery in Barolo country. Jane Anson visited Piedmont to test the local sentiment and get the inside track on the sale… The arrival of The Americans was pretty much the sole subject of conversation in Piedmont when I was there Continue Reading

  • The Most Expensive Wines in Italy

    Our series on expensive wines returns to Europe to check out Italy’s big hitters. By Tom Jarvis | Posted Tuesday, 13-Sep-2016 A classic Barolo leads the way, the former champion has dropped out of the top 10, Super Tuscans are not as numerous as we might have thought, and there are one or two other surprises Continue Reading

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Generated 7 months ago

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  • Sugar free gianduiotti

    You do not even realize that our gianduiotto is without sugar …We studied this delicious chocolate for gourmand people who may pay attention to diet, maintaining the same quality range of raw materials. The gianduiotto is made with a proportionate blend of sugar-free (sweetener: maltitol) chocolate added to a special hazelnut paste: the unicity is represented by the Continue Reading

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