What we do
The image of our Home Page shows Italian genuineness through simple products such as tomato and basil that are at the base of Mediterranean cuisine and at the base of our culture.
The products we trade are genuine and 100% Italian, just like tomatoes, mozzarella, oil and basil are. We selected for you hight quality wines, cheese, salami, ham, oil, chocolate and many more.
Our suppliers have been friends for many years: some are lovingly dedicated to the production of fine wines, others to the breeding of cattle that give selected meat and a milk particularly rich in beneficial properties that is then transformed into cheese very high quality.
Our work is a continuous contact with small and medium producers who have asked us for a help in promoting their products around the world.
On our site you can see information about our Italian production. We have selected only in the wine production sector, more than 50 producers with whom we have established a collaborative relationship (with some even exclusive); the same selection took place in all the sectors that we indicate on the “Product List” page
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The Made in Italy
Made in Italy is an indication of provenance indicating the origin of goods in accordance with the Community rules on non-preferential origin of a product, and in this case refer to products which originate in Italy. According to a market survey made by Statesman in Made in Country Index (IBD) 2017, and published by Forbes on 27/03/2017, Made in Italy now is recorded at 7th place in terms of reputation among consumers worldwide.
Law requirement for the Made in Italy
On May 1, 2016 came into force the new Customs Code of the Union (CDU), and related provisions (DCU), which replaced the old Community Customs Code (CDC). The new legislation has brought certain news source. Find the exact origin of the goods is essential from the point of view of customs as required for the application of commercial policy measures that affect only goods originating in certain countries. It is also connected to the concept of the so-called source or origin marking “Made in”. It is clear that that mark, despite not having any relevance, has an appreciable effect at the marketing stage, since, by acting on the perceived quality of the product can get to direct consumer buying choices. The definition of the country of origin of a good is based on Community rules on non-preferential origin of goods. These provisions are set out in Council Regulation (EU) no 952/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council establishing the new Union customs code (hereinafter TOU or just code) entered into force on May 1 2016. Inside, the section 1 of Chapter 2 (title II), in arts. from 59 to 63, identifies the regulatory framework concerning non-preferential origin. In particular, articles 31 and 32 of Regulation (EC) 2446/2015, in art. 60 of the CDU respectively in paragraphs 1 and 2, identify the two benchmarks to define the non-preferential origin, in the same manner previously disposed from the old Community customs code.
As regulated by article 16 of the law of 2009.166 (Decree Law 25 September 2009-135, Italian Parliament) only products totally made in Italy (i.e. designed, manufactured and packed in Italy) may bear the marks Made in Italy, 100% Made in Italy, 100% Italy, all Italian, in whatever language they expressed, with or without the Italian flag. Any abuse is punishable by law .