Anuga Awards – The excellence of Made in Italy, competition organized by Koelnmesse and Thespis Mediagroup, saw one of the winners an Italian pasta maker.
Stand out in the design and implementation of marketing proposals, this is the objective set out in the contest which was won, among others, from La Molisana. (more…)
According to the most recent data, in 2014, 14,5 million tons of pasta were produced (+56% over 15 years). 1 out of every 4 pasta dishes eaten throughout the world, contains Italian pasta (source International Pasta Organisation – Ipo – and Italian Association of Confectionery and Pasta Industries – Aidepi). (more…)
If you hear the word Pasta, you probably think of Italy. Italians are not just the biggest consumers of pasta in the world, approximately 25 kilos per-capita a year, but they are also at the first place in terms of production, potential production and exportation. (more…)
The need to widen the range of products for consumers with food allergies or intolerances has led the food industry to consider raw materials other than cereals. (more…)
Fifteen years ago 9,3 million tons of pasta was produced, in 2014 the production reached 14,5 million (+56%). Furthermore, the number of countries that produce over 1.000 tons a year have risen from 27 to 47 (+74%). Finally, 52 countries use at least 1 kg of pasta per-capita a year (compared to 29 countries 15 years ago, +79%). (more…)
Cook-at-home meal brand Continental has launched a new range of gourmet pasta, rice and risotto meals in Australia.
A well-known Australian brand for over 60 years, Continental makes all its products in Australia out of the Continental factory in Tatura, Victoria. (more…)
Two scientific studies show that consumption of Sicilian durum wheat and olive oil help to ward off disease.
The research activity was conducted by the Gian Pietro Ballatore consortium and the Agrarian and Forestry Sciences Department at the University of Palermo (more…)
Nestle India brought back its Maggi noodles to store shelves in November, five months after it was banned over allegations that it was dangerously contaminated with lead. Nestle India said the noodles are «100% safe» and have cleared laboratory tests mandated by the Bombay High Court. (more…)