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Save the date for the 35th edition of the Sagra della Polenta and Festa Olio e dell’Olivo – to celebrate polenta, olive oil and olives in Mandela, in the province of Rome.


It is possible to trace the confines of the Mediterranean through the cultivation and diffusion of oil, the growing of grapevines, and the use of cous-cous.

Massimo Brucato

We have met and interviewed a true oil expert, Massimo Brucato, Siclilian, among the collaborators of the ‘Slow Food Editore’ guide of oils.

Olio semi Canapa

Recently, the talk is of Cannabis sativa as a food healthy and strong alternative for both domestic and professional cooking. Native to Asia is still...

Giancarlo Greco

Extra virgin olive oil: Italian excellence in a bottle that today finds itself facing new market challenges. With an absolute strong point: quality. We...

Pesto basilico mortaio

Pesto is the second most commonly sold sauce in the world. It's a pity, due to the effect of globalization, that the true origins...

Dario Cartabellotta

An interview with Dario Cartabellotta, Manager of the Bio-Mediterranean Cluster at Expo Milano 2015. In the spotlight, the potential of Sicily as a leader...

Dieta Mediterranea Marasco

Forget about black gold! The Mediterranean Diet is worth much more. Italy never stops amazing us with its potential and for the ‘black gold’ that...


It is not known to all, but the Asti area has a great tradition in the industry of preserved foods. Francesco Cirio came from...


Ilaria Guidantoni

The Mediterranean, for its characteristic of being a closed sea, feeds off the lands it touches upon in an intensely intimate relationship, fuelling a correspondence among them as well.