Italian pasta supremacy at a global level runs the risk of being jeopardized by international aggressive competitors, like Turkey. Although Italy is still the leading pasta producer with 3.3... Read 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…)
All the 42 Mega food parks approved by the Government last March will become operational by 2019, which will yield a potential investment of about Rs 14,000 crore, Union Food Processing Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal said. (more…)
World’s well established brands in food segment are readily available in Indian markets like American Garden, Unilever food products from Usa, Agnesi Pasta from Italy, Dana regular & sugar free jam and butter cookies from Denmark, Kikkoman sauces from Japan, Olicoop Spanish Olives, (more…)
Do you remember “Viva la pappa con il pomodoro”, Rita Pavone’s song of the early 70s? This song was so successful that it was translated in other countries, and it became very popular even in Russia. Well, fine, so what? The fact is that many radios constantly repeat the remake version (more…)
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