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  • The region of Calabria was represented at this year’s Fancy Food Show by 29 small businesses participating for the first time. Accompanying industry experts was Fabrizio Capua, commissioner with oversight of special E.U. programs, Euro-Mediterranean policies, internationalization, cooperation among various constituents, and policies promoting peace. We talk to him about the challenges that stem from the complex process of internationalizing the region.
  • Abruzzo had a significant presence at this year’s The Fancy Food Show. It can be said that Abruzzo’s economy is once again based on agriculture despite the devastating earthquake there two years ago. We interviewed Commissioner of Agriculture of the Region of Abruzzo Mauro Febbo who was accompanied by industry experts
  • At the Summer Fancy Food Show Unaprol, the largest organization of Italian olive oil producers, introduced its traceability system, developed to guarantee the authenticity of Italian extra virgin olive oil (I.O.O.% stands for Italian Olive Oil)
  • Life & People
    Natasha Lardera(July 15, 2011)
    New opportunities and challenges for Italian food products in a ever growing market were explored at a seminar held at the Italian Embassy and hosted by Italian Ministry of Economic Development and the Italian Trade Commission during the 57th edition of the Summer Fancy Food Show
  • Showcasing the best of Italian gastronomy and wine, the Italian Pavilion featured 202 exhibitors, including manufacturers of a vast array of Italian gourmet products, as well as producers, the country's regions, export consortia, and chambers of commerce.
  • Italian Trade Commissioner Aniello Musella confirms that, as it has been for the past 30 years, Italy will have the largest pavilion at the 2011 Summer Fancy Food Show, held for the first time ever in Washington DC's Walter E. Washington Convention Center. Washington's a new gastronomic capital that caters to embassies and international trade organizations.
  • Featuring the best of Italian gastronomy, the Italian pavilion will be the largest at the three-day trade event for specialty foods and beverages in North America. The show attracts buyers from around the world looking for what’s next in great food to present to customers in the year to come.
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Susannah Gold(July 13, 2010)
    Italian coffee producers who were present at the Fancy Food show are optimistic about growing US market for their products. Americans, in fact, happen to love Italian coffee, be it cappuccino, espresso or a Latte Macchiato...