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.
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.
The certification ITA0039 by Asacert, confirmed the Platinum level certification and guarantees the 100% Made in Italy reliability of Zero Sei and Sotto Pinsa Romana Restaurants in Malta.
Gold reconfirms the level of 100% Made in Italy certification and reliability achieved with the ITA0039 by Asacert certification, by the “Via Veneto” Restaurant in Enniscorthy, Ireland.
The decision of the European Union to free the trade of food products based on “Acheta Domesticus”, i.e. made with domestic cricket powder, is causing many negative reactions in the world of Italian food.
Come from taste Atlas – encyclopaedia of flavours – the recognition which has drawn up a ranking of the world’s best-loved cuisines divided by nation, and the winner is Italy.
Gold is the level of 100% Made in Italy certification and reliability achieved with the ITA0039 certification by Asacert, from the “Chez Antonio” restaurant-pizzeria in Albi, France.
ASACERT is back on the Italian Awards stage, this time in Scotland, to reward the best 100% Italian restaurant in the whole nation.