Carnevale Restaurant-Pizzeria in Roskilde achieves Gold ITA0039 certification.
Gold is the level of 100% Made in Italy certification and reliability achieved with the ITA0039 by Asacert certification, by the Restaurant-Pizzeria “Carnevale” in Roskilde, Denmark.
Carnevale Restaurant, is located in Denmark, in the majestic city of Roskilde, founded back in the 10th century by the Vikings, was the first capital of the Kingdom of Denmark.
The restaurant is an authentic corner of Italy in the heart of the Scandinavian country. Walter Carnevale Garè, the owner, has dedicated his life to the art of Italian cuisine, bringing the tradition and passion of Italian food to his business. “Italian cuisine is a perfect blend of authentic flavors, quality ingredients and a long culinary history”-declares the restaurateur-“we are passionate about cooking and everything that represents Italian culture, including art, craftsmanship and every aspect that orbits around our wonderful country. Being Italians abroad, we recognize the importance of preserving our traditions and acting as ambassadors of what has made our country famous and renowned around the world.”
The leadership of Italian gastronomy at the global level is, certainly, also the result of the efforts of numerous restaurateurs who have spread the Italian culinary culture, opening restaurants in various parts of the world and spreading the values of healthy eating, typical of our eno-gastronomic tradition.
“This new certified restaurant, in Denmark, indicates once again, the awareness of the need, on the part of Italian restaurateurs around the world, to represent their cuisines as authentically and genuinely Italian. We are at their disposal for this to happen more and more, helping them to affirm, by certifying them, their activities and their commitment in the name of Made in Italy productions, against the rampant phenomenon of Italian Sounding,” the comment of Fabrizio Capaccioli, CEO Asacert and creator of the ITA0039 Certification Protocol. “In this battle, our app is a fundamental tool, technology, in fact, comes to the aid of the protection of Italian productions, giving every consumer in the world the possibility to find out, while shopping, if the products they are buying are really of Italian origin,” Capaccioli concludes.