Gusti d'Italia S.r.L.
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  • The taste for wine in the Russian market had an Italian accent in 2017, helping to propel Italy’s wine exports to the ever highest levels ever and 7 percent higher than in the previous year. Italian wine sector analysts told Xinhua that the country must work harder to coordinate and expand efforts to promote Italian Continue Reading

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  • Italy’s Ministry of Food and Forestry Policies and Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Tourism have declared 2018 the year of Italian food in the world. The choice represents a strong support for Italian food and wine production and symbolises the commitment to promote, reward and protect the gastronomic excellence of the Belpaese, seen as the flagship Continue Reading

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  • China has lifted a longstanding import ban on Italian beef, officials said on Tuesday, paving the way for Florentine steak and other specialities to enter to Chinese kitchens for the first time in 16 years. Italian beef will be allowed to return to China as soon as the two countries agree a protocol establishing the Continue Reading

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  • In Wu Qiong’s small cafe in downtown Shanghai, coffee beans nestle in glass jars on the bar while various brews bubble away behind the counter. The cafe — one of thousands of trendy, artisan coffee shops in the city — reflects a growing cafe culture in China that’s driving growth for chains like Starbucks Corp Continue Reading

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  • A satisfying milk chocolate bar loaded with crunchy rice crisps, Made with 100% real chocolate and the delicious tasteNO PALM OIL Milk chocolate (cocoa minimum 32%) (sugar, cocoa butter, whole milk powder, cocoa mass, emulsifier: soy lecithin, natural vanilla flavor), crunchy rice 10% (rice flour), whole milk powder 10%, rice oil. May contain hazelnuts, almonds, pistachios, walnuts, pine Continue ...

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  • ‘Sour stomach’ is a common medical malady most often caused by acid reflux and indigestion. Not choosy in picking its victims, sour stomach is equally annoying and disturbing for men and women alike of all ages. Since the cause of having an upset stomach can be created by a variety of disturbances, including what foods Continue Reading

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  • This week, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, or UNESCO announced new members to its list of the “Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.” The 12 new members included Neapolitan pizza-making, among others. “Congratulations #Italy!” UNESCO said in a tweet after a meeting in Jeju, South Korea. Italy argued the practice of the “pizzaiuolo” was part of Continue Rea...

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  • The good and healthy spread with Sicilian pistachio, we guarantee the absence of hydrogenated fats and palm oil. TastingTo enhance the quality of the product it is advisable to taste it at a temperature of about 22/23 ° StorageTo be stored preferably in a cool and dry place at a temperature of 17/19 °, free Continue Reading

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Moretti Zero Beer

  • Type of beer: Lager Alcohol content: < 0.05% vol ABV Type of fermentation: Bottom Colour: Clear Taste: Balanced and aromatic Temperature: 3°C   Amount Per 100ml Energy: 56kJ/13kcal Total Fat:

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  • Thank the Eternal City for all the pizza al taglio and cacio e pepe on American menus today   There are two main entrances to the Redbury Hotel in Manhattan’s Nomad neighborhood. Walk through either of them and you’ll be no more than a few feet from a slice of Rome. On the south side at 29th Continue Reading

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  • Scientists say “moderate” consumption can slash the risk of liver cancer by 40 per cent compared to those who don’t drink coffee. American and Italian studies also found it can cut the risk of cirrhosis by up to 70 per cent. Experts believe caffeine, coffee oils, kahweol, cafestol and antioxidants in coffee can help to Continue Reading

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  • We get it. With more than 350 official wine varieties and 20 different wine-producing regions, the world of Italian wine can be confusing and overwhelming. But before you make a beeline straight for Tuscany, it’s worth learning what else is out there besides Chianti and Brunello. To help, we’ve put together a guide to Italy’s essential Continue Reading

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Curry Mayonnaise

  • The Curry Mayonnaise is delicious whether served with chicken, fish, or vegetarian dishes, whether warm or cold. It’s a unique sauce for the curry-lover. The perfect combination of our normal mayonnaise with the right curry spice mix, and lemon juice, leads to a rich flavour that enhances any dish. Ingredients: sunflower oil, pasteurized whole egg Continue Reading

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  • From shapes to sauces and how to combine them, few platefuls are as regionally particular as pasta. Here a Venetian native introduces us to the typical dishes from four corners of the country. hat Italians love their pasta is no news. Few things unite the country like a daily bowlful of spaghetti, and few dishes Continue Reading

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White truffle butter

  • White Truffle Butter is a fine cream, thanks to the union with the white truffle that refines and enhances the taste.It can be used to flavor various dishes and enhance recipes, or on its own, spread on bread or crackers. You can use it as it is simply spread on a slice of warm bread, Continue Reading

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  • Dark chocolate bar with Christmas decoration does not contain gluten  It should be stored preferably in a cool and dry environment at a temperature of 18/22 ° Shelf life The product, kept under the specified conditions, keeps its characteristics up to 18 months unaltered. weight: 100 gr    

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  • Fans of soft cheese in China have reason to celebrate after the country reversed a ban on mould-ripened cheeses, allowing imports of Camembert, Brie and Roquefort, European Union officials said on Monday. From early September, businesses in the country were forbidden from importing cheeses made with certain moulds and bacteria. The ban was lifted following Continue Reading

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  • Italy abounds with stunning big red wines, from the better grades of Chianti to Barbaresco to collectible Brunello and Barolo. But often overlooked in this impressive mix is one of the nation’s greatest reds, Amarone. What really sets Amarone apart isn’t just that it’s made from much less well-known grape varieties (mostly corvina), but rather Continue Reading

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  • An oft-maligned Italian wine, many producers are now making distinct, dry and crisp variations of Lambrusco that will fit any wine lover’s taste. BY KERIN O’KEEFE   Photo by Meg Baggott 0 Seeking a dry, crisp and savory wine that pairs with just about any dish on the planet and makes an excellent apéritif? Look Continue Reading

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  • Moretti beer “La Bianca” Type of beer: Weiss Alcohol content: 5.0 vol ABV Type of fermentation: Top Colour: Light, naturally cloudy Taste: Refreshing, with a pleasing sourness Temperature: 6–8°C

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Canestrellino cookies

  • The Canestrello is a typical cake of the Ligurian tradition, unmistakable thanks to its characteristic round shape with a “scalloped” outside and a hole in the center. A delicious and fragrant flower, perfect to sweeten every moment of the day. In addition to the classic version, there are two delicious variants:  canestrelli with hazelnut and canestrelli with chocolate chips.It’s from the Canestr...

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  • New York City, my birthplace, is ringed by Italian neighbourhoods. Go to Staten Island, to the Bronx, to Long Island or to New Jersey — it doesn’t really matter where you go, as long as you are within 50 miles of the Empire State Building. Within that fortunate circle, you will find that you are Continue Reading

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  • CHINA plans to delay a deadline for implementing new food import regulations by two years until October 2019, a senior EU official said yesterday, following a lobbying effort by Europe and the United States amid concerns about disruption to trade.The extension comes just days before the new rules, which are part of a drive by Continue Reading

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  • Italy’s largest coffee group Lavazza could open up to 15 stores around the world as it takes on Starbucks, but has no plans to go head-to-head in the U.S. chain’s hometown of Seattle. Lavazza’s top executives opened the family-owned company’s first coffee boutique in the center of Milan on Tuesday, close to where Starbucks (SBUX.O) Continue Reading

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Chestnut in syrup

  • It’s an extraordinary delicacy of perfect shape: drained and served on a platter with mixed cold meats becomes an unusual appetizer. Excellent wrapped in bacon or lard. Exquisite with cheese. Delicious as a dessert or with ice -cream. ingredients: Chestnuts 64%, sugar, water    

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  • Two of Italy’s biggest coffee houses are reinforcing their brands with flagship cafes in Milan near the spot where U.S. rival Starbucks (SBUX.O) is set to begin an invasion next year. Lavazza opens its first flagship cafe in the coffee-obsessed city on Tuesday, not far from the renovated 19th century palazzo where Starbucks will open Continue Reading

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  • Lesson one: never ask an Italian cook if pizza and pasta are unhealthy…  Pizza, pasta, mozzarella, burrata, parmesan, gelato, limoncello. Once you think you have conquered every type of mouthwatering Italian food, there is another to sample. Is there an end to the country’s delicious fare? We sincerely hope not. So, how can the rest of us adopt some of Continue Reading

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  • To market their wines in the United States, Italian vintners face the same challenges as their Portuguese, Spanish, German and French counterparts: a language unfamiliar to most Americans, complicated hierarchies of styles and quality, obscure traditions, puzzling labels. The task may be even more formidable for Italian winemakers, given the 500 or so varieties of Continue Reading

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