In our country, food is tradition, culture and identity. The Mediterranean diet has been recognized as an intangible heritage of humanity by UNESCO since 2010 and for years has been considered, even overseas, as the best in the world.
It’s official, the Italian government has decided, at the proposal of the Ministers Francesco Lollobrigida and Gennaro Sangiuliano, to nominate the Italian cuisine to the UNESCO Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Fausto Soldini created a little “Roman Empire” in Malta. Today his restaurants are certified ITA0039 by ASACERT in defense of the Italian Sounding to support the food and wine national culture, to be preserved.
Enzo Fiore, is the owner of “O’ Curniciello”, a restaurant-pizzeria serving typical Mediterranean cuisine, in Lancing, West Sussex, UK.
100% Made in Italy Platinum Level certified ITA0039 by Asacert, achieved by the restaurant-pizzeria “La Mamma Mia” in Amiens, France.
The Italian restaurant located at Istron Crete is owned by two Italian young guys: Valeria & Michele. They opened the restaurant at the beginning of Covid-19.
Enhancing the artisanal productions of the territories to increasingly boost the image of the food and wine excellence of our cuisine. A goal reiterated today at the Sophia Loren Restaturant in Milan during the event “Craftsmanship is tradition. Panettone: the revival of Lombardy’s agricultural and food excellence” promoted by the UniVerde Foundation, Rotary Club Passport […]