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  • The Italian Ministry of Economic Development will release a detailed plan to promote the export of Italian fashion to the US. This will highlight the “segno distintivo” of the goods produced in the Italian fashion sector.
  • With earnings of over $38 billion, last year’s exports of Italian foods surged upward by 2.7% over 2013. And even as producers are urged to continue to protect the quality of today’s food production, interest in the history of Italian foodstuffs is keen, as is illustrated in a new museum exhibition showing how ancient Rome fed its one million citizens
  • Rossopomodoro, a Neapolitan restaurant and pizzeria located in Manhattan’s West Village, hosted an event supporting a petition urging UNESCO to add Neapolitan pizza to a list designated to protect cultural assets from disappearing. Moderated by Simone Falco, CEO of Rossopomodoro US, Rossopomodoro, the panel included Italy's former Agriculture and Environment Minister and petitioner Alfonso Pecoraro Scanio, Franco Manna, President and Founder of Rossopomodoro and Nicola Farinetti, Owner/Partner of EATALY.
  • Life & People
    Giulia Madron(July 03, 2014)
    Diana Attianese is the creator of Italianavera, the brand she created a few months ago moved by two great passions: food, especially tomatoes, and fashion.
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Giulia Madron(July 02, 2014)
    At the Summer Fancy Food 2014 in New York, the Made in Italy seduced the many visitors who attended the event with both tradition and innovation. Here are some curious facts that we found while enjoying an amazing Italian food experience.
  • Facts & Stories
    Giulia Madron(June 10, 2014)
    Marco De Ceglie, CEO at De Cecco USA, Leonardo Auricchio, CEO at Barabino & Partners USA and Dino Borri, Manager at Eataly USA, share their perspectives on the Italian Sounding phenomenon: give an “Italian image” to a product that is not Italian at all.