During the past 14+ days of isolation, we have felt the need to stock our pantries with non-perishable foods like pasta, rice, dry biscotti, sauces, canned vegetables, coffee. We are more than happy to supply your pantries with organic, controlled and above all genuine products.
Taste is the most formidable of the four senses because it can evoke happiness and pleasure. A dish cooked with exceptional mastery can also stimulate the other senses. According to many experts, food is a powerful allegory for our existence. This is the reason why food plays a prominent role in Italian poetry and literature.
When it comes to food, Italians fight hard. That’s why we are proud to announce that our cuisine is the most popular in the world. The results come from an international study conducted by market research firm YouGov. A sample of 25,000 people in 24 markets awarded to Italy the first prize, with an average popularity score of 84%. Chinese food came in second, and and Japanese took third place.
If you are older than 35, then you will confirm that there was a time in your life in which you were entirely unfamiliar with the concept of gluten free food. Foods like Pasta and pizza were full of gluten and carbs and that was all there was to it. Now, a world without gluten free options seems impossible.
It is no mystery that Italians love to talk. We talk a lot, and, usually, we do it loudly and using our hands! One of our favorite topics of conversation is food, of course. In fact, Italian is rife with food-related expressions. Food is a paradigm of life! Let’s learn some funny Italian sayings!
There are a million reasons to visit Italy. Those who love beauty loves this country; rich in culture, history, architecture and, of course, nature. Italy has some of the most beautiful cities and beaches in the world. Regardless of whether you like the mountain or the sea, big cities or small villages, you would be remiss not to also pay attention to the culinary and wine adventures Italy has to offer.