Meet our producers

Our producers are the reason we are able to do all this. They’re literal superheroes, amazing in every possible way.



Casinetto takes its name from Il Casinetto, a family-run olive oil farm in Italy, about 2 hours from Rome in the foothills surrounding an extinct volcano. The Bernardelli family has been pressing olive oil here for generations. It was in these idyllic surroundings that Giacomo Bernardelli grew up: playing in the organic olive groves, learning about sustainable agriculture from his family and the neighboring farms, and eating the fresh local produce that shaped his palate and his views about food. Giacomo is now far from home, living and working in Dubai, but is keeping the family tradition alive: not by farming but by bringing top quality fine foods to Dubai through Casinetto. From extra virgin olive oil & balsamic vinegar to canned tomatoes and stuffed pastas, Casinetto presents a range of handcrafted products for you to enjoy the taste of Italy at home. Maybe you’ve already tasted our products? For years, we have proudly worked with some of the UAE’s most loved hotels & restaurants, whose chefs count on our ingredients every day for inspiration and to bring their delicious menus to life.  Now you can bring these vibrant flavours to your kitchen, too.


Casinetto's Kitchen

Casinetto's story begins with a group of passionate food enthusiasts who shared a vision to create an unforgettable culinary experience in the UAE. They wanted to offer something different from the usual culinary options and bring the authentic flavours of Italy and Europe to people's homes. From the very beginning, Casinetto's founder knew that the key to great cooking lies in using the right ingredients. And so, they made it their mission to source the very best food products from farmers, bakers, and artisans across Italy and Europe. With each ingredient carefully selected for its quality and authenticity, they knew they were on the right track. Over the years, Casinetto has built a reputation as a trusted partner for some of the UAE's most loved hotels and restaurants. Chefs across the country have come to rely on Casinetto's ingredients to bring their menus to life and inspire their culinary creations. And now, with Casinetto's Kitchen, you can bring those same vibrant flavours to your own kitchen. Whether you're a professional chef or a home cook, Casinetto's Kitchen offers skillfully crafted portions that make every meal memorable. With ingredients that are carefully sourced and expertly prepared, you can trust that each and every bite will be bursting with flavour. So, join us on our journey to transform the culinary scene in the UAE and make every meal an unforgettable experience. With Casinetto's Kitchen, the possibilities are endless.

Producers-Casinetto's Butchery

Casinetto's Butchery

Once upon a time in 2009, a group of passionate food enthusiasts came together with a mission to revolutionize the culinary scene in the UAE. They wanted to create something that would make every meal memorable, something that would help people experience the authentic, rich flavours of Italy and Europe right in their own homes. And so, Casinetto was born. From the outset, Casinetto's founder understood that the quality of ingredients is paramount to great cooking. As a result, they set out on a mission to source the best food products from local farmers, bakers, and artisans throughout Europe. By carefully selecting each ingredient for its quality and authenticity, they were confident they were on the right path. Over time, Casinetto's has established itself as a reliable partner for some of the most popular hotels and restaurants in the UAE. Chefs throughout the country have come to depend on the brand's ingredients to enhance their menus and encourage their culinary creations. Now, with Casinetto's Butchery, you too can bring these vibrant flavours to your home kitchen and create unforgettable meals. Whether you're a professional chef seeking high-quality meat for your restaurant, or a home cook looking for the best cuts to prepare for your family and friends, Casinetto's Butchery has you covered. Our expertly crafted cuts are carefully sourced from the best producers around the world, ensuring that every cut is of the highest quality. With each bite bursting with rich, authentic flavour, you can trust that every meal prepared with Casinetto's Butchery meat will be unforgettable. So, come join us on our mission to transform the culinary scene in the UAE and elevate every dish to a whole new level of deliciousness. With Casinetto's Butchery, your options are endless.


Mulino Caputo is a renowned Italian flour company, established in 1924 in the heart of Naples. Founded by Antonio Caputo, the company's mission has always been to provide the highest quality flour to bakers and pastry chefs around the world. Over the years, Mulino Caputo has built a reputation as a leader in the flour industry, known for its unparalleled expertise and commitment to quality. At the heart of Mulino Caputo's success is its dedication to using only the finest ingredients and utilizing traditional Italian milling techniques. The company sources its wheat from the best local farms and mills it using slow, low-heat methods that preserve the wheat's nutrients and flavour. The result is a range of flours with a distinctive taste and texture, perfect for making everything from artisanal bread to delicate pastries. Mulino Caputo's flours have become a staple in professional kitchens and home kitchens alike, favoured by bakers and pastry chefs for their consistent performance and delicious results. Whether making pizza or pasta, cakes or cookies, Mulino Caputo's flours ensure a perfect result every time. The company is proud to continue Antonio Caputo's legacy and to bring the taste of Italy to bakers and food lovers everywhere.

Valle Verde

Caseificio Valle Verde is a brand that embodies the rich tradition and quality of Italian dairy production. Founded in the heart of rural Italy, Caseificio Valle Verde has been dedicated to producing some of the finest cheeses in the world, using only the best local milk and traditional techniques. The founder of Caseificio Valle Verde, Luigi Valle, grew up on a dairy farm and developed a passion for cheese-making at a young age. He went on to study the art of cheese-making in the most renowned cheese-making regions of Italy and then returned home to start his own dairy. Caseificio Valle Verde is now a family-owned business, with the second and third generations of the Valle family continuing Luigi's legacy of producing high-quality cheeses. The dairy uses only the freshest local milk and traditional techniques to craft its cheeses, and the result is a range of products that embody the taste and quality of rural Italy. From tangy Pecorino to creamy Gorgonzola, Caseificio Valle Verde's cheeses are enjoyed by cheese lovers all over the world. Whether you're a gourmet cook or just a fan of good cheese, Caseificio Valle Verde's products are sure to bring a taste of Italy to your table.



Villani is a family-owned and operated charcuterie company, founded in 1952 by the Villani family in the heart of Parma, Italy. With a passion for traditional Italian salumi-making techniques and a commitment to using only the finest, locally-sourced ingredients, Villani Salumi has established itself as a leader in the artisanal food industry. Generations of experience and expertise have gone into perfecting the company's recipes, which are still made using the same time-honoured methods passed down from the founder. Villani's cured meats, such as their signature Prosciutto di Parma, are carefully crafted and dried for months in the region's famous microclimate, resulting in a rich, savoury flavour that has made the company a staple in homes and restaurants around the world. Over the years, Villani has remained true to its roots, always placing a premium on quality and authenticity. The company is proud to continue the tradition of traditional Italian salumi-making and to bring the taste of Parma to food lovers everywhere. Whether enjoyed on their own or as part of a delicious charcuterie board, Villani's products are a true taste of Italy.



Caseificio Palazzo, under the Murgella brand, is a family-run cheese dairy, founded in the rolling hills of southern Italy over a century ago. The dairy has been passed down from generation to generation, preserving traditional cheese-making techniques and a deep respect for the land and its resources. Caseificio Palazzo prides itself on using only the freshest, highest-quality milk from local farms to make its cheeses. The dairy's cheesemakers take great care in every step of the cheese-making process, from the selection of the milk to the ageing and storage of the finished product. The result is a range of cheeses that are not only delicious but also deeply rooted in the culture and traditions of southern Italy. From creamy mozzarella to delicate burrata, each of Caseificio Palazzo's cheeses is a true expression of the region's terroir. Whether enjoyed on their own or as part of a cheese board, these cheeses bring the taste of southern Italy to tables around the world. The dairy is proud to continue its tradition of cheesemaking and to share the flavours of its heritage with cheese lovers everywhere.



Casar Srl is a unique canning industry located in Sardinia, established in 1962. As the only canning industry in the island, Casar transforms only the finest tomatoes grown in the fields of Sardinia, known for their intense and authentic taste. The intense flavor of Casar's tomatoes are the result of being wind-battered and sun-kissed, with the red hue of the sunset on the west sea. Their sweet and smooth taste appeals to and satisfies the palate, making Casar a symbol of Sardinian excellence for over 50 years. The company's success is a testament to its commitment to using 100% Sardinian tomatoes in its products. Casar products can also be found in various stores in Italy, as well as exported to countries like Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, Japan, and in the UAE through Casinetto. Drawing on the experience of the world's leading Italian canning industry, Casar has combined ancient traditions of tomato cultivation in Sardinia dating back to the 1800s with modern techniques to produce high-quality tomatoes. The company's production plant, located in Serramanna, spans over 120,000 square meters, with 31,000 square meters covered. The production cycle is closely monitored and certified to ensure the quality and taste of its products remain consistent.



It was in the 1990’s when Giuseppe Bertone and his sons first surveyed the valleys that overlook Vinadio. Large, open spaces and plateaus framed by the majestic Maritime Alps: an authentic and uncontaminated environment surrounded only by nature. From here a mineral water, endowed with intrinsic qualities, due exclusively to its origins, sprang forth: the altitude of the springs, the purity of the air, and the formation of the granite rocks that naturally filter the water. The water and the Alps that surround Vinadio are the origins and also the inspiration for the colours and the Sant’Anna institutional world. Imagine being up there, where the purity of Sant’Anna Water has its source. Look up. The BLUE of a seemingly unreal, cloudless sky that you can only find in the mountains is dazzling. It is a clear and intense BLUE that meets the absolute brilliant white of the perennially snow-covered mountain tops. Breathe and lose yourself in the shades of green turned on by nature. Everything is enriched by the transparency and the numerous reflections of light on the water. These are the colours and the emotions found in the world of Sant’Anna Water: the good water that, in one sip, takes you from zero to 1950 metres and even higher, above the clouds. With a dedication to excellence and a passion for hydration, Sant'Anna remains the choice for anyone looking for the purest form of refreshment.


Alce Nero

Alce Nero is a company that has been committed to producing high-quality organic food products for over 40 years. Founded in Italy in 1977, Alce Nero's mission is to promote sustainable agriculture and support small-scale farmers. The company's name is inspired by the symbol of the European bison, or wisent, which represents strength, resilience, and the ability to adapt to change. Alce Nero's products are made using only the finest ingredients sourced from organic farms in Italy and around the world. The company is committed to the principles of fair trade and ensures that all of its suppliers are paid a fair price for their products. Alce Nero's products are certified organic by the Italian control body for organic products, CCPB, and the European Union. The company's product range includes a variety of high-quality food items, including olive oil, pasta, sauce, honey, and much more. Alce Nero's pasta is made using only 100% durum wheat semolina and is slow-dried to preserve its flavor and texture. In addition to its commitment to quality, Alce Nero is also dedicated to protecting the environment and promoting sustainability. The company's packaging is made from recyclable materials and is designed to minimize waste. Alce Nero is also a member of Slow Food, an international organization that promotes sustainable agriculture and supports small-scale farmers. Overall, Alce Nero is a brand that stands for quality, sustainability, and a commitment to promoting sustainable agriculture and supporting small-scale farmers. Whether you're looking for high-quality food products or are committed to protecting the environment and promoting sustainability, Alce Nero is a brand you can trust.


Mulino Bianco

Mulino Bianco is an Italian bakery brand known for its delicious and high-quality baked goods. Founded in the heart of Italy, Mulino Bianco has been a staple in homes and cafes across the country for generations. At the core of Mulino Bianco's success is a commitment to using only the finest ingredients, sourced from local farms and suppliers. This dedication to quality is evident in every bite of their baked goods, from their flaky croissants to their crunchy biscuits. In addition to its traditional baked goods, Mulino Bianco is also known for its innovative flavours and designs. The company is constantly exploring new ways to bring new and exciting experiences to its customers, while still maintaining its commitment to quality and tradition. Whether enjoyed as a snack, a part of a meal, or as a special treat, Mulino Bianco's baked goods are sure to delight and satisfy. With a wide range of products and a commitment to excellence, Mulino Bianco is the go-to choice for discerning customers seeking the best in baked goods.

San Pietro a Pettine

San Pietro a Pettine, located in the heart of Italy's Umbria region, is a world-renowned estate known for its truffles. The Caporicci family, a truffle dynasty with a deep connection to the land, has run the property for three generations. Spanning over 700 acres of ancient woods and protected truffle grounds, the estate is centred by a stunning Romanesque parish church with 14th-century frescoes and early Christian artefacts. The breathtaking views of the valley between Assisi and Spoleto only add to the beauty of the property. The land of San Pietro a Pettine is renowned for producing some of the finest truffles in Italy, including the precious white truffles found along the Maroggia River and the sweet-scented black truffles from the highlands of Manciano, Ponze, and Pigge. For some, San Pietro a Pettine is considered a "place of the soul". The mystical atmosphere of the 13th-century church, the panoramic view of the Umbrian valley, and the feeling of being guided through the centuries-old woods and protected truffle grounds all contribute to this feeling. The intense, absolute black of the truffles, the mesmerizing design of their thin marble lines, and their unforgettable scent make San Pietro a Pettine a truly special place.



Salumificio Coccia is a brand that represents the traditional art of Italian meat processing. Their passion for quality and commitment to authenticity is reflected in their range of premium cured meats. These products are carefully crafted using time-tested techniques and only the finest ingredients, resulting in rich and flavorful offerings that stand out in quality and taste. At Salumificio Coccia, the preservation of the cultural heritage of Italian meat processing is highly valued. Experienced craftsmen use traditional methods to cure and preserve meats, ensuring the authentic taste and richness that's synonymous with the brand. Careful selection of ingredients is at the forefront of their approach, with each ingredient chosen for its impact on the final product. Quality is a top priority for Salumificio Coccia. Only the finest cuts of meat are hand-selected from trusted suppliers, ensuring the high standard of their offerings. The meats are cured to perfection, providing a balanced blend of flavour and richness in every product. Whether looking to add a touch of Italy to a charcuterie board or a restaurant menu, Salumificio Coccia offers a range of premium cured meats that will not disappoint.



Guffanti is a brand with a rich history, dating back over 150 years. The company was founded in 1865 in Milan, Italy and has since then become a leader in the production of high-quality Italian cheeses. With a passion for authenticity and a commitment to traditional methods, Guffanti has earned a reputation for producing some of the finest cheeses in the world. Over the years, Guffanti has honed its expertise and expanded its offerings, now producing a wide variety of cheeses including Parmigiano Reggiano, Grana Padano, Gorgonzola, and more. The brand is dedicated to sourcing its milk from small, local farmers, ensuring that only the freshest, highest quality milk is used in its cheeses. In addition to its commitment to quality, Guffanti is also dedicated to sustainability. The company has implemented environmentally-friendly practices in its production process, such as reducing waste and using renewable energy sources. This commitment to sustainability, combined with its commitment to authenticity, has earned Guffanti recognition as a leader in the industry. Today, Guffanti's cheeses can be found in speciality food stores and gourmet markets around the world, where they are highly sought after by cheese connoisseurs and food lovers alike, brought to the UAE by Casinetto. Whether enjoyed on their own or as a part of a larger meal, Guffanti's cheeses are a true taste of Italy, rich in tradition and flavour.


De Nigris

De Nigris is a family-owned and operated company that has been producing high-quality food products for over 100 years. Founded in Italy in the early 1900s, De Nigris has a rich history of creating delicious and authentic Italian foods. The company was founded by a family of artisan food producers who were passionate about creating premium products that reflected the taste and tradition of their homeland. Over the years, De Nigris has expanded its operations and today produces a wide range of food products, including vinegars, condiments, and sauces. Despite its growth and success, De Nigris has remained true to its roots, using only the finest, all-natural ingredients in its products. The company prides itself on its commitment to quality and authenticity, ensuring that each and every product reflects the taste and tradition of Italian cuisine. At De Nigris, family values are at the heart of everything they do. The company is run by members of the De Nigris family, who work together to continue the legacy of their ancestors. From the farmers who grow the ingredients to the artisans who craft each product, everyone at De Nigris is dedicated to producing the best possible food products. Whether you're looking for a premium ingredient for your cooking or a delicious condiment to add to your meal, De Nigris has something for you. With a wide range of products to choose from, you're sure to find the perfect addition to your kitchen.



Mario Fongo is a baker from the small town of Rocchetta Tanaro in Piedmont, Italy. He is known as "Il panaté" to the locals, and his bakery is a place where delicious bread specialities are baked every day using genuine, traditional methods. Mario's passion for baking began in 1945 when the first village bakery was opened, and it has since been passed down to his family. Mario's love for baking led him to perfect the recipe for his famous Mother-in-Law's tongues in 1993, a crusty flatbread that has since become a popular brand worldwide. His other specialities include stirati stretched breadsticks and rubatà twisted breadsticks, all made with the finest ingredients and produced with the care and passion that only a family-owned business can provide. Today, the bakery is run by Mario's son Giovanni and his wife Marta, along with their daughters Sofia and Giulia. Giovanni joined the business in 2003 and has continued to expand the business and introduce new recipes to the product catalogue to meet growing market demand. The bakery still operates from Rocchetta Tanaro and all products are baked daily using the same traditional methods and quality ingredients that Mario used from the beginning. The secret to the quality of Fongo products is the use of top-quality Italian ingredients, sourced from controlled supply chains. The ingredients are simple: flour, water, oil, salt, and yeast, with no preservatives or additives. The choice of different flour blends and organic extra virgin olive oil that is entirely produced in Italy gives Fongo products a unique flavour and quality that has made them a favourite among customers worldwide. In conclusion, the story of Mario Fongo and his family is a testament to the passion, dedication, and sacrifice that can lead to great success. Their bakery is a true representation of the traditions of Italian bread-making and the love for good, wholesome food that has been passed down from generation to generation.



Orogel is a well-known Italian food company that has been producing high-quality frozen vegetables since the 1950s. With over 60 years of experience, Orogel has a long-standing reputation for delivering delicious and convenient frozen food products that make mealtime easier and more enjoyable. At Orogel, the focus is on using only the freshest and highest quality ingredients to create its frozen vegetables. The company's state-of-the-art facilities allow for quick and efficient freezing, ensuring that each product retains its nutritional value, color, and flavor. This means that you can enjoy the taste and health benefits of fresh vegetables all year round, without having to worry about them going bad in the fridge. In addition to its frozen vegetables, Orogel also offers a wide range of other frozen food products, including fruits, soups, sauces, and ready meals. Whether you're looking for a quick and easy lunch option or a side dish for dinner, Orogel has something for every meal. At Orogel, the focus is on delivering quality, convenience, and affordability. The company is committed to providing its customers with the best possible products, and its products are available in supermarkets and grocery stores all over the world.



Barilla is a story of passion, tradition and innovation. Founded in 1877 by Pietro Barilla in Parma, Italy, the company started as a small bakery that supplied bread to the local community. Over time, the family-owned business evolved into a leading producer of pasta, creating products that are loved by families around the world. Barilla's heritage is deeply rooted in Italian culture and cuisine. The company is committed to using only the finest ingredients, including durum wheat semolina, to create pasta that has a unique texture and flavour. Every product is crafted with the same care and attention to detail as when Pietro first opened his bakery. Innovation is a key part of the Barilla story. The company was one of the first to introduce long-lasting pasta, making it possible for families to enjoy fresh pasta even when they couldn't make it from scratch. Today, Barilla continues to push the boundaries of what is possible in the world of pasta, using cutting-edge technology to create products that are not only delicious but also nutritious. Barilla is more than just a pasta brand, it's a family. The company is dedicated to making a positive impact on the world, from supporting local communities to reducing its carbon footprint. With a passion for food and a commitment to sustainability, Barilla is a brand that families can trust and feel good about. In the end, Barilla's story is about a love for food, a respect for tradition, and a commitment to making a difference. It's a story that has been passed down from generation to generation and will continue to be told for many years to come.


Fiore di Puglia

The Fiore family's love for their land and for its gastronomic heritage has very deep roots that go back to1940, the year in which Cataldo Fiore, founder of what is now an established reality in Italy and abroad, builds and he starts a wood-burning oven in Corato, a city north of Bari that is still the headquarters of the company, where the population, even during the Second World War, used to go to bake their own bread. But you don't live on bread alone. Giuseppe, Antonio's son, knows this well, following his father in his business from an early age, so much so that he was fascinated by it and decided to make it his profession. He soon puts into practice his idea of ​​expanding the basket of products on sale at his father's bakery by adding to the by-now famous durum wheat flour and semolina bread, the production of tasty and many baked specialities such as dry biscuits, focaccia and taralli. Just the Tarallo, the flagship of the Fiore Panificio and of the whole of Puglia, will be the cornerstone of the Fiore di Puglia company that Giuseppe founded in 1990 and which he still leads with passion today together with his four children. The quality of their products is evident in the long list of satisfied customers, including Casinetto, who sell Fiore di Puglia products in the UAE. From a small bakery in the city centre to a thriving international company, Fiore di Puglia is a story of hard work, passion, and a commitment to preserving the traditions of the past while embracing the opportunities of the future.


Traiteur de Paris

For over 25 years, Traiteur de Paris has been leading the way in the French culinary world with their exceptional frozen food products. Their expertise and partnerships with renowned chefs and a network of over 600 food distributors have made them a global benchmark brand in the hotel and commercial catering industries. Their talent and commitment to using only the finest ingredients have earned them recognition for their sweet petits fours, savoury canapés, and top-of-the-range frozen desserts and cooked vegetables. Traiteur de Paris takes pride in their adherence to traditional French culinary techniques and their position as an expert in catering. Their desire to meet the demands of commercial catering has driven them to expand their offerings to include a wide range of frozen recipes, all of which are adapted to the unique requirements of the hotel and restaurant industries, and are designed for quick and easy preparation for room service. For those who appreciate the finest things in life, Traiteur de Paris offers an indulgent and sophisticated dining experience and is the perfect choice for special occasions.



Garbo is a company with a mission to deliver high-quality, traditional Italian cuisine to customers around the world. Their focus is on producing battered and breaded frozen products in accordance with the traditions of the Lazio Region. What sets Garbo apart from its competitors is its commitment to using natural ingredients without any chemical adjuvants. The company prides itself on sourcing raw materials from the plains of Agro Pontino, which allows them to have direct control over the quality of its supplies and significantly reduce the steps in the production chain. This ensures that customers receive products of the highest quality and taste. Garbo is also keenly aware of changing consumer trends and preferences. To stay ahead of the curve, they conducted market research on more than 2,000 customers. Their findings showed that the shape of the products influenced the cooking method adopted by consumers. Customers tended to prefer oven-baked products with a "squashed" shape, while spherical products were more likely to be fried. To meet the demands of their customers, Garbo expanded their product range to include new trend products for aperitif time. They launched "Happy Mix" and "Aperigarbo" miniature breaded products, which have quickly become popular with customers. Andrea Comanducci, founder and owner of Garbo, remains committed to investing in new products to meet the evolving tastes of their customers. With a turnover of 8.3 million Euros in 2014, the company has grown to become a leading producer of breaded and battered frozen products. They sell their products through the Horeca channel, retail chains, and private label production. Garbo's success is due to its dedication to using local raw materials and natural ingredients while continuing to produce traditional Italian cuisine. They produce 100 tonnes of battered and breaded products daily, with key products such as zucchini flowers being produced by hand. Garbo is a company that continues to prioritize quality and taste while keeping a keen eye on consumer trends and preferences.


Mamma Emma

Mamma Emma is more than just a brand of gnocchi; it is a story of tradition and craftsmanship that has been passed down through generations. Founded in 1992 by Adriano Bianco and Giovanni Favretto, the company has always had a love for good food, combined with technical training in engineering. This unique combination has given rise to the concept of industrial craftsmanship, where every stage of the production process follows the traditional recipe. In 2013, Mamma Emma was born, and with it, the originality of Italian dumplings was brought to over 15 countries on 5 continents. Today, Mamma Emma is proud to export its gnocchi to the world, while still holding onto its roots of tradition and craftsmanship. Mamma Emma's success is not only based on tradition but also innovation. With a continuous focus on quality control, new products, and technologies, Mamma Emma strives to stay ahead of the game. From creating and testing new products in its quality control laboratory to have a chef who works closely with the R&D department to create new recipes, Mamma Emma is always looking to bring something new to the table. Mamma Emma's commitment to quality starts with the selection of raw materials. Only the best varieties of potatoes are chosen, which are ideal for producing gnocchi of superior quality and consistency. Every day, Mamma Emma processes 15,000 kg of fresh potatoes, which are washed, selected, and steam-cooked with the skin to keep the organoleptic properties intact, peeled, and squeezed one by one. The attention to quality is expressed at all times, from the continuous dialogue with suppliers to the acquisition of internationally recognized certifications such as FSSC 22000, BRCGS, IFS, and ICEA. Mamma Emma's products undergo a pasteurization process that avoids microbiological contamination and makes the use of preservatives unnecessary. Mamma Emma's gnocchi is ideal for a genuine meal and is perfect for satisfying the whole family, providing a correct diet for the growth of children. Mamma Emma's dedication to tradition and craftsmanship, along with its commitment to innovation and quality, has made it a favourite among people worldwide who seek authentic Italian flavours.



Mustafa, a father of three, travelled to his hometown in Chicago with his family every summer. On their way back to Dubai, they always packed at least one suitcase of organic food for their kids. It was difficult for Mustafa to find quality organic food for his children in Dubai, and he wanted to change that. He founded Koita Milk in 2016, driven by his passion for healthy living and giving back to the community. For three years, Mustafa listened to thousands of parents in the region, trying to understand their desire for "clean milk" for their families. He used focus groups, social media, and other innovative techniques to design a customer-driven product that people wanted: milk free of pesticides, artificial hormones, antibiotics, and preservatives, with a healthy and long-lasting freshness. Koita milk had to have a clean, creamy, and fresh taste, and cows had to be treated nicely because happy cows make happy milk. Mustafa then searched for the best milk from the best cows on the best farms worldwide, looking at everything from the treatment of the cows to the environmental impacts of farm operations. After tasting milk from all over the world, he found the best milk of all on Italian organic, grass-fed cow farms. Koita milk is fortified with Vitamins A & D3, is Halal certified, and packed in convenient, environmentally-friendly Tetra-Pak (paper, not plastic) packages. The company delivers Koita milk with the lowest environmental impact possible, following strict organic certification regulations, while distributing everywhere in the Middle East, Asia & Africa. Mustafa's mission was to bring quality organic food to parents in the region, and with Koita Milk, he has done just that. He has created a brand that is not only dedicated to providing healthy and nutritious products but also environmentally conscious and socially responsible.



Agromonte is more than just a company; it's a family with deep roots in the land of Sicily. Carmelo and his wife, Ida, started the business in 1970 and turned their love for the land into a successful venture. Today, the business is run by their four children: Giorgio, Giusy, Marco, and Miriam, who has made one of the oldest Sicilian traditions, the preparation of ready-to-serve sauce, a product of excellence made in Sicily. Società Agricola Monterosso, located in Chiaramonte Gulfi, is a modern company that understands the importance of product quality. With up to 150 employees during peak seasons, the company produces thousands of units daily in various packaging types such as trays, jars of different sizes, and bottles. The company carefully selects the raw materials grown in its greenhouses, ensuring high-quality standards. From selecting the raw materials to communicating with the final consumer, Società Agricola Monterosso implements a series of initiatives to maintain rigorous quality standards. For Agromonte, the key to success lies in modernization and adherence to quality standards. The company is constantly improving its processes and selects raw materials daily to ensure the excellence of its products. Cultivating in a protected environment ensures the availability of raw materials all year round, and this commitment to quality is reflected in every step of the production process. For Agromonte, family and quality come first, making their products truly Made in Sicily.



In a world where the food we eat is often questionable in its nutritional value, flavour, and traceability, KRISPR Farms is leading the way in transforming agriculture. Instead of importing food from thousands of miles away, KRISPR is moving farms closer to the cities where the produce is eaten. This allows them to grow better tasting, more nutritious, and fresher food all year round, without the use of chemicals. KRISPR uses best-in-class global seed suppliers to ensure that everything starts from the seed. They use technology to create ideal climate conditions for each crop, which means that you can order their products year-round. They also use pure water for growing and recirculating it to the plants, generating more than 80% water savings. One of the most important things about KRISPR is that their greens are grown free from pesticides. They harvest to order, so you can be sure that you're getting the freshest crop every time. And, with their farm located in Dubai, you know exactly where your food comes from. KRISPR is committed to reducing its carbon footprint by reducing travel miles. From their farm to your plate, it's only a matter of hours, which means a significantly reduced carbon footprint. This commitment to sustainability and reducing their impact on the environment is a core value of the KRISPR brand. KRISPR is using the best elements of science and technology to cultivate nutritious, fresh produce that is free from pesticides (beyond organic). Their closed-loop water-saving nutrient systems and indoor environmental controls allow them to create the ideal conditions for plants to thrive, even in harsh conditions. By doing so, they are reversing nutritional decline and transforming the way we think about agriculture.



Koldfin is a company that is committed to providing customers with high-quality fresh and frozen fish products, while also prioritizing sustainability, food safety, and quality. Their dedication to excellence is reflected in every aspect of their business, from sourcing practices to rigorous testing and inspection procedures. Koldfin understands that sustainable fishing practices are essential for protecting the health of our oceans and ensuring the long-term viability of the seafood industry. To this end, they work closely with partners and suppliers to ensure that their fish is sourced responsibly and sustainably. They believe that by protecting our oceans and marine life, we can help to ensure that future generations can continue to enjoy the benefits of seafood products for years to come. In addition to sustainability, Koldfin is committed to food safety and quality. They understand that customers expect the best when it comes to seafood products, and they work hard to ensure that every product they sell meets the highest standards of safety, quality, and freshness. Their state-of-the-art processing facilities and rigorous testing and inspection procedures ensure that their products are safe, healthy, and delicious. Koldfin's commitment to sustainability, food safety, and quality is a reflection of its values as a company. They were founded based on the excellence required by one of the most important companies in the sale of sustainable fish: FRIME, The Sustainable Tuna Company. With FRIME's expertise and commitment to sustainable fishing practices as its guide, Koldfin is dedicated to delivering the best possible seafood products to its customers while also protecting the health and well-being of our oceans and our planet.

Zahra's Kitchen

Zahra’s Kitchen is a UAE-based frozen food brand that offers a range of traditional and modern Middle Eastern cuisine, founded by Zahra Abdalla. Zahra is a half-Iranian and half-Sudanese entrepreneur, cookbook author, and social media influencer, who started her culinary journey with an online blog in 2010. As a busy mom, Zahra understands the challenges of balancing work, family, and daily life. She learned simple hacks from her mother and grandmother on how to make food preparation easier, which inspired her to create a range of frozen food products that are both convenient and nutritious. All Zahra’s Kitchen recipes are handcrafted, made with real ingredients that are responsibly sourced and have no additives or preservatives. The brand is committed to being sustainable, environmentally conscious, and eco-friendly, and offers a range of products that cater to different dietary requirements, including meat-based, vegetarian and plant-based options. Some of their popular products include lamb kibbeh, beef sambusek, cheese & zaatar rolls, pumpkin kibbeh, musakhan rolls and falafel. Zahra Abdalla is a strong advocate of sustainability and the importance of being mindful of how we source, prepare and eat our food. Her passion for food and sustainability has led her to create a brand that reflects her values and beliefs. Zahra’s Kitchen is a proud UAE homegrown concept that is dedicated to making wholesome food without any fuss.


Artigiano del Gusto

Artigiano del Gusto is a brand that embodies the essence of authentic Italian cooking. Their commitment to traditional recipes and quality ingredients results in ready meals that bring the flavor of homemade Italian cuisine to your table. Ideal for families who are short on time but still want to enjoy a delicious and authentic meal, these ready meals are designed for busy individuals who want to enjoy the best of both worlds - quality and convenience. Artigiano del Gusto believes in the importance of tradition and the benefits of using time-tested recipes and carefully selected raw materials. The brand's chefs are passionate about their work and strive to bring Italian quality to every table with each meal they create. They understand that the key to a unique culinary experience is choosing the right ingredients, which is why they meticulously select each and every ingredient that goes into their ready meals. With a focus on quality, Artigiano del Gusto only uses the finest raw materials to create meals that are both delicious and nutritious. Their old-style recipes are crafted with care, ensuring that every meal is packed with flavor and goodness. Whether you are looking for a quick and easy dinner option, or want to bring the taste of Italy to your private label, Artigiano del Gusto is the perfect choice for anyone seeking a unique culinary experience.


De Cecco

The story of De Cecco pasta is one of tradition, passion, and innovation passed down from father to son for over 130 years. It all began in Fara San Martino, a small village in Abruzzo, Italy, where Don Nicola De Cecco produced the best flour in the surrounding countryside in his stone mill. He passed on his knowledge and passion to his son Filippo, who opened the De Cecco brothers' pasta factory in 1886, creating a low-temperature drying device that allowed for the pasta to dry regardless of weather conditions. With the combination of old craftsmanship, creative intuition, and technical insight, De Cecco pasta became synonymous with superior quality and authentic Italian taste around the world. In the 1900s, the iconic image of a country girl from Abruzzo carrying wheat stacks became the company's trademark, and after World War II, the company experienced rapid growth, with a new production plant built to replace one bombed by the Germans. In the 50s, a new pasta factory was opened in Pescara in response to increased demand, and in 1980, a modernized production unit was established in Fara San Martino, which doubled the production capacity. The company began creating its own sales and distribution network in 1985, responding to market evolution. The 90s saw important investments in the company, with a new mill capable of processing 1100 metric tons of wheat daily built in Fara San Martino, and the launch of the new Ortona plant in 1997, an example of innovation and advanced technology servicing the old tradition of pasta making. Despite the passing of time, the De Cecco brand remains synonymous with premium quality in the pasta world. The company's commitment to pass on, safeguard, and consolidate the Founder's original principles of production and quality, such as selected wheat, fresh semolina from the Molino, bronze plate drawing, low-temperature drying, and constant quality control, has remained unchanged. Every act of De Cecco today, as it was back then, comes from a deep passion and a tenacious search for perfection, starting from pasta and going forward. From father to son, since 1886, De Cecco has carried on an important responsibility, bringing the authentic pleasure of Italian cuisine all over the world.



Melegatti is an Italian bakery company that has been crafting delicious pastries and cakes since 1894. The story of Melegatti begins with Domenico Melegatti, a young entrepreneur who was passionate about baking and had a vision of bringing his delicious creations to people all over Italy. Domenico started small, baking his pastries in his family's kitchen and selling them at local markets. But his passion and skill quickly caught the attention of the wider community, and before long, Melegatti pastries became a staple in households throughout the region. Over the years, Melegatti continued to innovate and expand its offerings, introducing new flavors and products to meet the changing tastes of its customers. One of their most famous creations is the Pandoro, a traditional Italian Christmas cake that is similar to the Panettone, but without the fruit and nuts. Melegatti's Pandoro quickly became a favorite among Italians, thanks to its light, fluffy texture and delicate flavor. It wasn't long before Melegatti was exporting its delicious cakes to countries all over the world, from the United States to Japan. Despite its success, Melegatti has never lost sight of its commitment to quality and tradition. The company still uses the same time-honored recipes and techniques that have been passed down through generations, ensuring that every Melegatti pastry is a masterpiece of flavor and texture. Today, Melegatti is a beloved brand that is synonymous with quality, tradition, and innovation. Whether you are enjoying a classic Pandoro or one of their many other delicious products, you can taste the passion and dedication that has been a part of Melegatti's story for more than a century.



Sterilgarda is a brand with a rich history that dates back to the fabulous 1960s. With the emergence of new technologies, Sterilgarda saw an opportunity to revolutionize the food industry. In 1969, Sterilgarda Alimenti was founded in Castiglione delle Stiviere with a mission to create a new way for millions of consumers to enjoy safe and economical milk without losing its nutritional and organoleptic values. The company's pioneering spirit and focus on dairy products led to the creation of UHT milk, which was a game-changer in the industry. Sterilgarda's success in the dairy sector paved the way for the company to expand its product range and focus on other products such as fruit juices, smoothies, UHT mascarpone and fruit desserts. The heat treatment and long shelf life of these products make them perfect for export to far-off countries. Sterilgarda has always been at the forefront of innovation, investing in the best production machinery to support its growing product range. Today, the company has 31 production lines for milk, juices, and cooking cream, 4 production lines for yoghurt and pudding, and 10 production lines for mascarpone, ricotta, and spreadable cheese. Sterilgarda's commitment to using only the best raw materials and production processes has made it a trusted brand in the food industry. With a passion for excellence, Sterilgarda continues to push the boundaries of what is possible in the food industry, offering its customers the very best in quality, taste, and convenience.



Fiasconaro is a Sicilian pastry and bakery company that has been crafting artisanal sweets since 1953. The story of Fiasconaro begins with three brothers, Fausto, Martino, and Nicola, who inherited their father's passion for baking and decided to start their own pastry shop in their hometown of Castelbuono, Sicily. The brothers began by making traditional Sicilian pastries, such as cannoli and cassata, using only the finest local ingredients. As their reputation grew, they expanded their offerings to include cakes, biscuits, and other sweets. But they never lost sight of their commitment to quality and authenticity. In the 1990s, Fiasconaro entered a new era of innovation and experimentation under the leadership of the next generation of family members. They began to incorporate new flavours and techniques into their recipes, drawing inspiration from their travels and from the rich culinary traditions of Sicily. One of their most famous creations is the Panettone, a traditional Italian sweet bread that is typically eaten during the Christmas season. Fiasconaro's Panettone is unlike any other, featuring unique ingredients like pistachios from Bronte. Today, Fiasconaro is a beloved brand that is known for its commitment to quality and tradition, as well as its willingness to push the boundaries of what is possible in the world of pastry and baking. Whether you are enjoying a classic Sicilian treat or one of their innovative creations, you can taste the passion and creativity that have been a part of Fiasconaro's story since the very beginning.



Robo has a remarkable history that dates back to 1938 when it was founded by Cav. Roberto Bonanni. Starting with the production of stock cubes and soups in Oltrepò Pavese, the brand has come a long way to become a leading name in the market. Over the years, Robo has expanded its range of products to include mushrooms, artichokes, tomatoes, sauces, pestos, creams, and legumes, among others. With over 600 products available, Robo is now one of the most sought-after brands in the sector with global distribution. At the core of Robo's mission is the desire to discover and select the best ingredients from around the world, helping restaurateurs and chefs to realize their culinary masterpieces. With a focus on premium raw materials and an endless search for innovative proposals, Robo is a unique and reliable ally in the kitchen for catering professionals. What sets Robo apart is its commitment to making its products available in every season while ensuring their convenience of use. In 2018, the brand was acquired by the D'Amico Group, a leading player in the canned food production industry. The acquisition marked a significant milestone for Robo, allowing it to leverage the expertise and resources of the D'Amico Group to enhance its product offerings and expand its reach globally. The D'Amico Group, known for its brands D'Amico, Logrò, and Montello, has a significant presence in over 70 countries worldwide, making it an ideal partner for Robo. Today, Robo continues to uphold its legacy of quality, innovation, and excellence, with a passion for creating exceptional products that meet the needs of the most discerning customers. Whether it's a Michelin-starred restaurant or a small bistro, Robo is the go-to brand for chefs and restaurateurs looking to elevate their culinary creations to the next level.


Once upon a time, in the heart of Italy, a young man named Silviano Venchi discovered his passion for chocolate. He was fascinated by the intricate process of crafting delicious, high-quality chocolate from scratch, and he dedicated his life to perfecting the art of chocolate-making. In 1878, Silviano opened his first chocolate shop in the picturesque town of Cuneo, Italy, and Venchi was born. With a relentless focus on quality and craftsmanship, Silviano quickly gained a reputation for producing some of the finest chocolate in the region. As Venchi's fame grew, so did its ambition. Over the years, the company expanded its reach beyond Cuneo, opening shops across Italy and eventually expanding to international markets. With each new location, Venchi brought its commitment to quality, authenticity, and innovation. Today, Venchi is a global brand with a passion for chocolate that still burns as brightly as it did over a century ago. From its original chocolate shop in Cuneo to its international network of stores, Venchi continues to push the boundaries of chocolate-making, experimenting with new flavours, textures, and techniques to create truly unforgettable chocolates. But despite its global reach, Venchi has never lost touch with its roots. Every single chocolate is still crafted with the same care and attention to detail as Silviano's original creations. From the sourcing of the finest cocoa beans to the careful blending of ingredients, each step in the chocolate-making process is executed with precision and passion. So if you're looking for a chocolate experience that is truly out of this world, look no further than Venchi. With a history of quality and innovation that spans over a century, Venchi is more than just a brand – it's a testament to the enduring power of chocolate and the people who love it.



Montosco was born from the belief that experiencing a flavour means more than just tasting it. It means understanding the journey that flavour has taken to reach our tables and the benefits it can bring to our lives. That's why Montosco is committed to bringing the flavours of nature to life in every dish. Montosco's products are simply 100% natural. They believe that the fruits of nature provide us with the flavours, aromas and beneficial properties we need to thrive. That's why Montosco is committed to preserving the quality and nutritional characteristics of every single herb and spice they produce. To achieve this, Montosco has created a controlled supply chain and built a production plant near the fields where their herbs and spices are grown. This allows them to reduce the time between harvesting and processing to just 24 hours, ensuring that the flavours and nutrients are preserved. Montosco is dedicated to working with local farmers and professional agronomists to ensure that every product is of the highest quality. They carefully select their suppliers from around the world, searching for the best raw materials and checking them thoroughly before they become part of the Montosco family. Montosco's commitment to respect, authenticity, and transparency is evident in everything they do. They control their supply chain so that their herbs and spices can go from field to table while telling their story. This dedication to quality and transparency is what sets Montosco apart and has made them a trusted name in gourmet products.



BEHER's story began in the early 1930s when Bernardo Hernández Blázquez started crafting his own Iberian products by hand. He was passionate about creating high-quality, authentic products that showcased the best of Spanish cuisine. In the 1970s, Bernardo Hernández García, son of the founder, took over the reins and transformed BEHER into a globally recognized brand. He expanded the company's operations and established the first exports, enabling the brand to reach new markets around the world. Bernardo also introduced the breeding of the 100% Iberian native pig, a crucial step that helped BEHER achieve the current level of excellence in its products. With the arrival of the third generation, BEHER had already become an established and respected company that controlled the entire production process. Bernardo and Jorge Hernández Tinoco continued to drive the brand's growth, building a large distribution network and opening stores and restaurants in Spain and Portugal. Today, the fourth generation is beginning to make its mark on BEHER. The company remains committed to its core values of quality and authenticity, while also embracing the digital age and new technologies to adapt to changing market needs and consumer tastes. From its humble beginnings to its current position as a leading producer of Iberian products, BEHER's commitment to quality and authenticity has remained unwavering. The brand's story is a testament to the power of hard work, passion, and a dedication to excellence.



GemmeBio is a brand that is passionate about promoting healthy living through the power of authentic, organic food. In a world full of endless food options, the company has made a conscious choice to focus on promoting food that is grown with love and care for the environment. For GemmeBio, eating is not just about satisfying hunger, but rather a lifestyle and a way of taking care of oneself. The company firmly believes that the food we eat plays a critical role in our overall health and well-being. That's why GemmeBio is committed to offering high-quality products that provide a varied and nutritious diet, rich in all the precious elements of nature. The brand's focus on organic food reflects its deep commitment to promoting sustainable agriculture and reducing the use of harmful chemicals in farming practices. GemmeBio works closely with local farmers who share their passion for organic farming and sustainable agriculture, ensuring that every product is made with the highest quality ingredients and grown with love and care for the environment. GemmeBio's range of products includes a variety of organic foods, including grains, legumes, seeds, nuts, and dried fruits, all sourced from trusted local farmers. Whether it's a healthy snack or the main course, GemmeBio's products are guaranteed to provide a healthy, nutritious meal that's bursting with flavour. Today, GemmeBio is recognized as a leader in the organic food market, with a growing customer base that values the brand's commitment to quality, sustainability, and ethical practices. The company's mission to promote healthy living through organic food is at the heart of everything it does, from sourcing the highest quality ingredients to crafting innovative and delicious products that make healthy eating a joy.



The true Italian espresso is an unforgettable taste that lingers on the palate. Its uniqueness stems from the careful selection of premium coffee beans, expert roasting, and precise grinding techniques. In Italy, these steps have been elevated to an art form, passed down through generations. Must Espresso Italiano is the embodiment of this quintessential Italian knowledge. Must Espresso Italiano boasts a diverse array of products, including an assortment of coffee beans and ground coffee, self-protected coffee capsules compatible with Nespresso®* and Dolce Gusto®* machines. Moreover, in addition to their expertise in coffee roasting, Must specializes in crafting complementary beverages such as milk-based drinks, ginseng, instant tea, and tea/herbal tea leaves. Their recent introductions include biodegradable and compostable self-protected capsules that can be disposed of in organic waste, as well as aluminum capsules designed to deliver an even more advanced sensory experience. It is through their Must Espresso Italiano brand that Ultramar Caffè Srl showcases its years of experience, craftsmanship, and Italian tradition in bringing the world's most beloved beverage to life.



In 1927, Celestino and Cesarina Simonini embarked on a journey that would lead to the creation of one of Italy's most beloved brands. They opened a small butcher shop in the heart of Modena, Emilia-Romagna, where they sold the finest cuts of meat to their local community. Over time, their passion and expertise grew, and in the 1950s, they decided to expand their offerings to include processed meats, with a focus on the traditional Italian delicacy of Mortadella. It was a move that would set them on a path to becoming one of the most respected names in the world of cured and cooked meats. Through hard work, dedication, and a commitment to tradition, the Simonini family perfected their craft, creating a complete range of products that are now renowned for their quality and taste. Today, cutting-edge production technologies and state-of-the-art systems that respect the environment and food safety standards combine with the family's unwavering commitment to excellence. The Simonini brand has become a symbol of the very best that Italy has to offer, a testament to the power of hard work, dedication, and respect for tradition. From humble beginnings, the Simonini family has created a legacy that will continue to be celebrated for generations to come.



Giovanni Rana is a name synonymous with authentic Italian cuisine, steeped in tradition and crafted with love. It all began in the small town of Verona, where Giovanni Rana learned the art of making fresh pasta from his mother. His passion for creating the perfect pasta soon grew, and he began selling his homemade creations door-to-door, quickly building a loyal customer base. In 1962, Giovanni Rana opened his first pasta factory, utilizing traditional techniques and only the finest ingredients to create his delicious pasta. Word of mouth spread, and soon his pasta became a staple in households across Italy. Fast forward to today, and Giovanni Rana's passion for crafting delicious pasta remains as strong as ever. With a focus on using only the best quality ingredients and traditional production methods, Giovanni Rana USA was born, bringing authentic Italian cuisine to American households. Their range of fresh pasta and sauces are made with care and expertise, allowing customers to enjoy the taste of Italy in the comfort of their own home. From classic favorites like spaghetti and lasagna to innovative new creations like butternut squash ravioli and spinach & ricotta tortellini, Giovanni Rana USA offers a diverse range of options to satisfy every palate. At Giovanni Rana USA, their mission is simple: to bring the authentic taste of Italy to your kitchen. Whether you're a seasoned chef or a beginner in the kitchen, their pasta and sauces are designed to be easy to prepare, yet bursting with flavor. For Giovanni Rana, it's not just about the pasta - it's about creating a culinary experience that brings people together and celebrates the joy of food.

Producers-Conserve della nonna

Conserve della Nonna

Le Conserve della Nonna, a brand born in Emilia-Romagna in 1973, carries with it the simplicity and love for tradition that has been passed down through generations of Italian cuisine. Beginning with its production of delicious gastronomic products sold in glass packages, Le Conserve della Nonna has expanded its horizons over time to offer a vast line of healthy and genuine culinary specialities. With an innovative and ecological idea of using only glass packaging, the brand ensures that the flavours, aromas, and quality of its products are best preserved and ready to be enjoyed at home. Le Conserve della Nonna products are practical and fast, perfect for when time is short, and are made with carefully selected raw materials. The scrupulousness and quality that distinguish the Brand's products really make the difference: they are Italian products and many local specialities, designed to adapt to every need and inspired by the traditional cuisine of the peninsula. The brand's range of sauces, ragouts, and pestos, available for purchase online, is perfect for a typical Sunday lunch and very easy to use. You can find classic tomato sauce, amatriciana, all'arrabbiata, montanara, and mushroom sauces, as well as contemporary interpretations like vegetable mixes, cherry tomatoes and onions, grilled peppers, mushrooms, artichokes, and legumes. In addition to the savoury products, Le Conserve della Nonna also offers a range of jams made with 100% Italian fruit and Italian sugar from sustainable agriculture. The traditional production methods used to make the jams result in high percentages of first-choice fruit. A range of jams with fruit from Emilia Romagna is also available, along with Italian fruit compotes combined with spices for surprising and versatile flavour alternatives. The recipes that you can make with the vast assortment of Le Conserve della Nonna products are truly innumerable. From first courses like ravioli, tortellini, and cannelloni, to rice and salads seasoned to your liking, and followed by delicious and genuine desserts like a tart filled with your favourite jam, Le Conserve della Nonna products are an excellent solution in the kitchen. Le Conserve della Nonna aims to satisfy everyone by bringing to the table both classic and contemporary interpretations of Italian cuisine. And, with its products available for purchase online at Casinetto, the brand makes it easy to bring a touch of Italian tradition and flavour to your kitchen.



Acala is a brand with a story that's deeply rooted in sustainability and ethical practices. It all began with the founder, Hanna Pumfrey, who was deeply concerned about the environmental impact of the fast fashion industry. She saw the waste, the pollution, and the exploitation of labour that came with it and knew that something had to change. Driven by a passion for sustainability and a desire to make a difference, Hanna started Acala in 2018. The brand's mission was simple - to create a range of ethical and sustainable products that would help people live a more sustainable lifestyle. At the heart of Acala's ethos is the belief that sustainability should be accessible to everyone. Hanna wanted to create products that were affordable, practical, and beautiful - products that people would love to use and that would make a positive impact on the planet. The brand's first product was a range of reusable cotton pads that were designed to replace disposable cotton pads. The pads were made from organic cotton and were washable, meaning they could be used again and again. They were an instant hit, and Acala quickly gained a reputation for creating high-quality, sustainable products. Today, Acala offers a range of sustainable products, including bamboo toothbrushes, natural cleaning products, and reusable straws. All of their products are made from eco-friendly materials and are designed to be used again and again, helping people to reduce their waste and live a more sustainable lifestyle. Acala's commitment to sustainability doesn't stop with its products. They also prioritize ethical and sustainable practices in their operations. For example, they use recyclable and compostable packaging, source their materials from ethical suppliers, and work with carbon-neutral couriers for their deliveries. Overall, Acala is a brand that's committed to making a positive impact on the planet. They believe that sustainability should be accessible to everyone, and they're working hard to create products and practices that reflect that belief. Whether you're looking for reusable cotton pads or natural cleaning products, Acala has everything you need to live a more sustainable lifestyle.



In 1978, a group of nine young men and women came together in the Cremona plain in the south of Lombardy, Italy. They were the children of farmhands, masons, milkers, labourers, and artisans, who wanted to cultivate healthy products without the use of synthetic and chemical substances, as taught by their fathers. Their aim was to practice and spread farming culture and develop the organic farming method. In 1984, they founded the IRIS Agricultural Cooperative of Production and Work, as collective ownership, with the objective of cultivating exclusively through organic methods. They included four main points in their corporate purpose, such as practising and spreading organic farming, creating jobs for disadvantaged people, developing a direct relationship with the consumer, and promoting the culture of collective ownership. Initially, the agricultural work started in a small town near Cremona with just one hectare of land. They produced seasonal vegetables to sell directly to consumers, and the cooperative received help from farmhand Angelo Gritta and Ivo Totti, pioneers of organic and biodynamic agriculture. The work was hard and tiring, but the cooperative produced top-quality healthy food at affordable and fair prices, which was the Iris Economic project. To improve the sale of their vegetables, IRIS opened two shops in Cremona, where they organized many cultural activities, including teachings on organic production methods, nutrition education, and ecology. In 1990, the cooperative wanted to develop and extend its project, so it involved consumers by offering them the chance to become financing partners in the Iris project. This allowed IRIS to buy collective ownership goods, and the cooperative continued its agriculture project while spreading its founding values. Since 1994/96, the IRIS farm in the village of Calvatone has become a benchmark for organic farmers. They continuously search for techniques that pursue the lowest environmental impact, produce top-quality products, use the least possible water, and mulch with not chemically processed paper. They also decided to transform their raw materials into finished products, which led IRIS to increase the number of worker-members, always with a perspective of mutuality. IRIS works more and more to spread organic farming techniques, mostly to have closer relationships with its consumers. This is the beginning of their business relationship with GAS (ethical purchasing Groups), a movement of consumers who want to have a direct trust relationship with producers. In 2005, IRIS decided to take over the pasta factory with which they had worked for years. The factory was in financial trouble and was not able to guarantee the continuity of work to employees. Therefore, the cooperative entered direct management and in 2008, acquired the pasta factory, keeping all jobs, in order to pursue its mission.

Producers-Amica Chips

Amica Chips

In the early 1990s, when computers were starting to find their way into households, two friends, Alfredo Moratti and Andrea Romanò, founded Amica Chips. Despite the era of innovation and progress, Amica Chips was built on tradition and, more importantly, friendship. They began their journey in Castiglione delle Stiviere, where the company soon gained popularity. The two friends wasted no time getting their potato chips into the most famous supermarkets, and the success was instant. Within a year, Amica Chips were available in mass markets, and Alfredo Moratti and Andrea Romanò started experimenting with new recipes and snacks to extend their product range. As the company grew, it made strategic acquisitions. They acquired Dorita, a Mantua-based brand of snacks, and welcomed them to the circle of best friends. They continued their expansion by acquiring Pandal, a Milan-based brand specializing in snacks, croutons, and cornflakes, and transferred all the production to Castiglione delle Stiviere. At a food fair in Chicago, Alfredo and Andrea discovered a more handcrafted chip and were inspired to create Eldorada, the first chunkier Amica with the taste of "past times." They started a specific production process resulting in a potato chip with a more homemade and rustic flavour, entirely Italian. Alfredo Moratti's children, Oscar and Laura, officially joined the company, laying the foundations for the future development of the brand. The company also acquired Mia, a well-known snack company based in Triveneto. The brand reached a wider audience with its TV ad campaign starring Rocco Siffredi, called "La patatina tira," which created a buzz. Eventually, Amica Chips reached the top spot when Gigi Buffon became the brand's ambassador. The campaign enjoyed enormous success as a testament to its brand values, including quality, consistency, and transparency. Today, Amica Chips is the leading brand in the potato chips market, with a 40,000 square meter company, over 250 employees, and a turnover of more than 89 million euros. Their chips are exported to over 20 countries worldwide, and their story continues to unfold.



In the heart of the Alsace region in France, a family with a passion for gingerbread had been baking using a traditional recipe passed down from their ancestors for generations. They had a reputation for delicious and unique flavours and were well-known for their expertise in the art of gingerbread making. In 1768, the family founded Fortwenger, a company that became a symbol of excellence in the gingerbread industry. Their commitment to quality and tradition quickly earned them a reputation for excellence. They sourced only the best ingredients, such as honey, spices, and flour, from local suppliers and used traditional baking techniques, such as wood-fired ovens, to ensure their gingerbread had the perfect texture and flavour. Over the years, Fortwenger expanded its product range to include a wide variety of gingerbread treats, including honey cakes, cinnamon stars, and more. Their products were not only delicious but also beautifully packaged, making them the perfect gift for any occasion. Today, Fortwenger is still a family-owned business, with a passion for gingerbread and a commitment to tradition at its core. They continue to use only the best ingredients and traditional baking techniques and work closely with local suppliers to ensure they support the local economy. Fortwenger's story is a testament to the power of tradition, innovation, and deep respect for the past. They have become a symbol of excellence in the gingerbread industry, loved by customers around the world for their delicious products and their commitment to quality.


Green Island

Green Island is a UK-based eco-friendly store founded by Sheenagh, who was inspired to start her business during her Yoga Teacher Training. She realized the impact of her single-use plastic consumption and started making small changes in her daily life. She found it challenging to find eco-friendly products that were not packaged in plastic, so she decided to create her own line of products that were stylish, high-quality, and reasonably priced. Sheenagh's vision for Green Island was not only to offer plastic-free products but also to create a community of like-minded people who could share tips and ideas on how to live a more sustainable lifestyle. Green Island's commitment to sustainability goes beyond its products, as they have partnered with One Tree Planted to plant a tree for every order made at its store. Green Island's journey is a testament to the power of a common passion and the desire to make a positive impact on the environment. Sheenagh's story is of a person who was inspired to take action and create a business that reflects her values and beliefs. Green Island's mission is to make sustainable and eco-friendly products accessible to everyone, while also inspiring others to make little changes in their own lives towards a plastic-free future.



Olympus Foods is a company that has been passed down through three generations of a family, with a leading position in Greece's dairy product market. They have a strong presence in international markets, serving customers in 47 countries worldwide. At Olympus, their primary value is the customer, and they strive every day to provide high-quality products that meet their customers' dietary needs. They are committed to offering healthy products that are of the highest quality and genuinely Greek. Olympus has great respect for nature and animals, which is why they use only the best raw materials. The Olympus brand is renowned for its quality and authentic Greek products, making it an ideal tool for expanding their international consumer market. Their goal is to increase the brand's visibility and global presence by introducing more people to Greek dairy products, the Greek tradition, and the Olympus brand. The company's commitment is unwavering, working with passion and love to offer dairy products of exceptional quality and nutritional value in harmony with nature, the traditional Greek Mediterranean diet, and culture. Olympus Foods has its roots deep in the heart of Greece and brings the flavors of Greece directly to your table.



The story of Michele Ferrante's farm begins with a deep respect for tradition. Ferrante, a one-of-a-kind grower of Italian heritage products, has been cultivating his land outside of Salerno in Campania for generations. He has dedicated his life to producing unique varietals of beans, grains, peppers, and spices that are true farm-to-table specialities. Until recently, Ferrante's products were only available locally, but Casinetto is proud to bring them to a wider audience. Our mission is to provide our customers with the very best in authentic Italian cuisine, and Ferrante's products are a perfect fit. One of Ferrante's most beloved products is his Controne bean. These beans do not require soaking, making them a convenient addition to any meal. Ferrante's oregano is still on the branch, allowing customers to experience the full aroma and flavour of this herb as if they were standing in his fields. And his hand-ground hot pepper adds a unique depth of flavour and subtle heat to any dish. What makes Ferrante's products truly special, however, is not just their flavour, but their performance. The unique qualities of these regional foods have been passed down through generations, and Ferrante takes great care to ensure that each product is of the highest quality. At Casinetto, we share Ferrante's commitment to tradition and quality. We are proud to partner with him to bring these exceptional products to our customers. Each one is a piece of Italy, captured in a jar or a bag, waiting to be savoured and enjoyed.



Canuti is a name synonymous with passion and quality in the pasta industry. It all began in 1950 when founder Mario Canuti opened the first fresh pasta laboratory in Rimini, a region in Emilia-Romagna known for its culinary excellence. What started as a small laboratory has now grown into a modern factory with deep-freezing technology, allowing Canuti to export their pasta from Italy to the world. Over the years, Canuti's commitment to quality has been rewarded with international industry certifications such as IFS, BRC, and Organic certifications. They continue to rely on their pasta-making know-how to satisfy specific requests from different markets. Canuti has come a long way since 1950, opening three new points of sale in Rimini in the 1960s and expanding its direct distribution to restaurants, hotels, and HVRs in the 1970s. In the 1980s, they became one of the first producers of frozen fresh pasta in Italy, paving the way for future innovation. In 1996, Canuti opened a new processing plant, further expanding its production capabilities. They began exporting frozen pasta to EU countries in 2000, cementing their place as a global leader in the industry. Canuti's history of passion and quality culminated in its acquisition by the Toffano group in 2015, which allowed for the renovation of its processing machinery and expansion into extra-EU markets in food service and retail. Canuti's commitment to quality and tradition is reflected in their three product lines, "le Classiche", "le Delizie", and "le Biospeciali," each representing a different aspect of their pasta-making expertise. Today, Canuti remains a company with a rich history and a bright future, continuing to satisfy the tastes and dietary needs of its customers all over the world.



Once upon a time, in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, a family had a passion for fish. For generations, they had fished the clear waters of the Gulf of Salerno, off the coast of Southern Italy. They knew the sea like the back of their hand and understood the rhythm of the seasons and the migration of the fish. In 1974, the family founded Delicius, a company that would become a symbol of excellence in the fishing industry. Their passion for fish and their respect for the environment was evident from the beginning. They wanted to share the authentic taste of the Mediterranean with the world and preserve the sea for future generations. Delicius' commitment to quality and sustainability quickly earned them a reputation for excellence. They employed traditional fishing techniques, such as fishing with nets, to protect the sea's delicate ecosystem. They also implemented strict quality control measures to ensure that only the best fish made it to their customers. Over the years, Delicius expanded its product range to include a wide variety of canned fish, from anchovies to sardines, mackerel, and tuna. Their products were not only delicious but also convenient and easy to use. They quickly became a staple in kitchens around the world, loved by chefs and home cooks alike. Today, Delicius is still a family-owned business, with a passion for fish and a commitment to sustainability at its core. They continue to use traditional fishing techniques and implement sustainable practices, such as solar panels and a water recycling system in their production facility. They also work closely with local fishermen to ensure that they source only the freshest, highest-quality fish. Delicius' story is one of passion, commitment, and respect for the sea and its bounty. They have become a symbol of excellence in the fishing industry, loved by customers around the world for their delicious products and their commitment to sustainability. Their story is a testament to the power of tradition, innovation, and deep respect for the environment.



Pastificio Gaetano Faella has been a family-owned business for over 150 years. It was founded by Gaetano Faella in 1870 in Gragnano, a small town in Campania, Italy. The art of pasta-making was already well-established in Gragnano, and Faella dedicated himself to producing the best quality durum wheat semolina pasta. In 1907, the company moved to its current location in Piazza Marconi, also known as Piazza S. Leone, and has been managed by Faella's son and grandchildren over the years. Faella's commitment to quality is evident in its production methods. They only use 100% Italian durum wheat semolina, which is rigorously bronze-drawn and slowly dried at low temperatures. The pasta is made using selected blends of Italian durum wheat semolina, slow-kneaded with water from the nearby Lattari Mountains, and dried traditionally at a very low temperature for up to 60 hours. This gives the pasta a distinct texture, aroma, and flavour that sets it apart. Faella's commitment to quality and traditional production methods led to their pasta being awarded the protected geographical indication (PGI) "Pasta di Gragnano" in 2013. This designation recognizes the historical and cultural significance of pasta-making in Gragnano and sets standards for the production process. However, Faella's processing techniques and concept of quality have remained unchanged over the years. Pastificio Gaetano Faella's success story is a testament to their commitment to quality and tradition. Their dedication to using the finest ingredients and preserving the art of pasta-making has resulted in a product that is recognized and enjoyed around the world.



Condorelli is the story of a Sicilian family that has become the story of many families around the world. It all started in 1933 when Francesco Condorelli opened his first pastry shop in his grandfather's former home. Francesco was passionate about pastry, and he studied with the best pastry chefs in Catania and practised a lot in the afternoons after school. He even modelled the marzipan fruit until nightfall and the next day went to Catania by bike to buy the material. Francesco's pastry shop served liqueurs, sweets, and coffee, but not everyone drank it because it was considered a vice. In the 1940s, Francesco took over the management of Professor Caudullo's ice cream parlour and the Villa Fiorita restaurant in San Gregorio. He dedicated himself to desserts and wedding banquets, and the restaurant in Belpasso grew, was restructured, and was enriched with futuristic machines such as planetariums. Francesco travelled extensively during these years, made agreements with representatives from Naples, Rome, and Salerno, and faced new challenges, such as a new company in Paternò. In the 1960s, Francesco raised the Belpasso building and created kitchens and a large hall for ceremonies and dancing evenings on the upper floors. Famous artists such as Peppino Di Capri, Perez Prado, and Marcella Bella participated, and people danced on Saturday evenings and at Carnival. During an invitation to dinner with some friends in 1965, Francesco was served nougat that was tough to break, and the work ruined the taste and appearance of the dessert. Back home, Francesco saw his mother pounding almonds in a mortar to enjoy them despite her few teeth. She promised him that this would end and that he would eat a soft nougat, and everyone would do it. This was the beginning of the idea of ​​making a soft nougat. In the 1970s, Francesco bought a 6 thousand square meter warehouse, a huge investment to which was associated with the purchase of machines. For the first time, the hitherto hand-cut pieces of nougat were treated by machines. 7,000 kilos of almonds became 15,000 kilos of nougat! Francesco discovered advertising in the 1980s, sponsored a local program, and gave away a golden nougat for the winner of the quiz. He started exporting to the world, from the New York Fair to Australia. In 1987, Leo Gullotta became a historic testimonial. In 1993, Francesco thought of selling the company, but his son Giuseppe convinced him otherwise. He joined the company and participated in the Belpasso Condorelli Confectionery Industry. The company continued to grow, and Francesco Condorelli, on the threshold of 90 years, was an emeritus citizen of Belpasso and continued to receive honours. In the 2000s, the non-profit Cav Foundation was born, which contributed to the socio-economic growth of the area, the training of young people, the dissemination of culture in companies, and the export of Made in Sicily. It collaborated with the university, created important events and awards, and got talked about in the newspapers. Today, Condorelli brings the taste of Sicilian pastry art everywhere and exports it to 27 countries worldwide. It sells on e-commerce, and talks on social media with the many families who have grown up with the company and its flavours. The world has changed so much over the years, but Condorelli has always taken and valued the good.



Almacabio is a brand with a deep commitment to sustainability and a mission to provide eco-friendly cleaning products that are safe for both people and the environment. The story of Almacabio begins in Italy, where the company was founded by a group of passionate individuals who were concerned about the impact of traditional cleaning products on the planet and its inhabitants. They saw a need for a more natural, gentle approach to cleaning that would not only protect the environment but also be effective in removing dirt and grime from surfaces. With this vision in mind, the team at Almacabio set out to create a line of cleaning products that would be both safe and effective. They carefully selected natural, plant-based ingredients and developed unique formulas that would not only clean but also nourish and protect surfaces. The brand quickly gained a following among eco-conscious consumers who were looking for an alternative to harsh chemicals and synthetic fragrances. Almacabio's products were not only effective but also had a pleasant, natural scent that people loved. As the brand grew, so did its commitment to sustainability. Almacabio began sourcing its ingredients from local farmers and using recycled materials for packaging. The company also implemented a closed-loop manufacturing process, where waste materials from production are reused or recycled. Today, Almacabio is a well-established brand that continues to innovate and lead the way in sustainable cleaning. Its products are available in many countries around the world and are trusted by consumers who care about the planet and their health. The brand's story is a testament to the power of passion, innovation, and a commitment to doing what's right for the planet.


Helen Round

Helen Round is a UK-based textile designer and artist who has built a thriving business around her passion for crafting beautiful, high-quality homeware and accessories. Her story began in 2008 when she left her job as a costume designer and started creating her range of textile products from her home in Cornwall. Initially, Helen began by making hand-printed cushions and tea towels, which she sold at local craft markets and fairs. As her reputation grew, she started receiving requests for bespoke pieces and larger orders, and before long, she had established a loyal following of customers who loved her unique designs and attention to detail. Over the years, Helen has continued to expand her range of products, adding new items such as aprons, oven gloves, and tablecloths to her collection. She has also experimented with new printing techniques and materials, including eco-friendly inks and organic cotton, to ensure that her products are as sustainable as they are beautiful. Today, Helen's products are sold in stores across the UK and beyond, and she has become known for her distinctive style and eye-catching designs. But despite her success, she remains committed to her original vision of creating products that are both functional and beautiful, and that bring joy and comfort to people's homes. For Helen, the process of designing and creating her products is just as important as the result. She takes great care in sourcing her materials and ensuring that they are of the highest quality, and she uses traditional printing techniques such as lino-cutting and screen-printing to give each item a unique, handmade feel. Above all, Helen is passionate about the role that handmade products can play in our lives. She believes that by surrounding ourselves with beautiful, well-made objects, we can create a sense of comfort and connection in our homes and that this can have a positive impact on our overall well-being. In a world where mass-produced, disposable goods have become the norm, Helen's commitment to sustainability, quality, and craftsmanship is a refreshing reminder of the power of handmade products to bring joy and meaning to our lives.



Solara is a brand that's on a mission to make a positive impact on the planet, one cleaning product at a time. The company believes that the choices we make in our daily lives can have a significant impact on the environment, and that's why they've created a line of natural, eco-friendly cleaning products that are designed to help you reduce your carbon footprint. Solara's products are made using Italian vegetable oils, which reduces the distance that raw materials have to travel. By limiting the use of coconut oil, Solara is able to reduce the environmental impact of plantation, production, and transportation. This commitment to sustainability is reflected in everything they do, from the ingredients they use to the packaging they choose. One of the key features of Solara's products is their concentration. By using just a small quantity of laundry detergent, dishwashing detergent, or universal cleaner for all surfaces, you can achieve amazing results. Not only does this make the products more effective, but it also saves you money in the long run. And with the number of washes indicated on each product's label, you'll be amazed at how long they last. Solara is also committed to reducing plastic waste. Their products come in 100% recyclable bottles and jerrycans made from bioplastic, a sustainable material that's derived from vegetable sources. And because the packaging is designed with eco-design principles in mind, it's compact and reduces the volume carried during transportation, further reducing the brand's environmental impact. All of Solara's house detergents are certified as eco-bio/eco-detergence by ICEA, and have been shown to be just as effective as traditional products. They're also dermatologically and nickel-tested, and fragrance-free options are available for those with allergies or sensitivities. Overall, Solara is a brand that's committed to making a difference. By choosing their products, you're making a daily choice to change the world and reduce your carbon footprint. With Solara, you can be confident that you're using effective, sustainable products that are good for you and good for the planet.



Monviso is more than just a brand - it's a celebration of the natural beauty and purity of the Italian Alps. At its heart is the Monviso mountain, a towering peak that has been a source of inspiration for generations of artists and adventurers. But Monviso is more than just a mountain. It's also the name of a company that is committed to preserving and sharing the pure, refreshing water that flows down from its slopes. Monviso's water is sourced from a pristine spring located at the foot of the mountain, and it is naturally filtered and enriched with minerals as it makes its way down to the valley. From the very beginning, Monviso has been dedicated to sustainability and environmental responsibility. We believe that preserving the purity of our water means preserving the environment that supports it. That's why we have implemented eco-friendly policies at every stage of our production process, from sourcing and bottling to transportation and recycling. Monviso water is not just delicious and refreshing - it's also good for you. Our water is naturally alkaline and rich in minerals, making it the perfect choice for those who want to stay hydrated and healthy. Whether you're an athlete looking to fuel your performance or just someone who appreciates the taste of pure, clean water, Monviso has something to offer. At Monviso, we believe that nature knows best. Our commitment to sustainability, purity, and health is at the heart of everything we do. We are proud to share the natural beauty and goodness of the Italian Alps with the world through our water, and we look forward to continuing to grow and innovate as a company.



Once upon a summer in 2014, Jacopo and Filippo embarked on a mission to bring authentic Italian gelato to Portobello Road. Unable to find genuine gelato made with natural ingredients, they decided to create their own brand – Remeo. The name symbolizes their commitment to returning to the quality and purity of nature. Crafted in Italy with a slow churn process, Remeo Gelato is naturally lower in fat and calories, with a delicate structure and exquisite flavors. The brand's visually stunning, transparent jars reflect their dedication to elegance and sustainability, being fully recyclable and reusable. Taking sustainability further, Remeo now uses 100% recycled plastic for their jars and 100% plant-based sugarcane plastic for the lids. They strive to reduce plastic production and promote a circular economy. The Gelato community is encouraged to recycle jars and repurpose plastic into various products. Remeo's commitment extends to their Sorbetto sticks, wrapped in biodegradable, plastic-free, wax-coated paper. Remeo aims to lead the change in the food industry, emphasizing quality, health, sustainability, and the environment. They believe in returning to the essence of nature and inspiring positive change in how we consume and appreciate food.


Frantoio Muraglia

Frantoio Muraglia is a brand born from the rich traditions and passion of the Muraglia family, who have been producing exceptional extra virgin olive oil in Apulia, Italy for over a century. Situated in the picturesque countryside, their frantoio (olive mill) stands as a testament to their unwavering dedication to quality and craftsmanship. The story of Frantoio Muraglia begins with the family's deep-rooted connection to the land. For generations, they have carefully nurtured their olive groves, cultivating only the finest olives to create a truly exceptional product. Each step of the process, from the meticulous hand-harvesting of the olives to the cold pressing in their state-of-the-art mill, is guided by a commitment to preserving the natural flavours and health benefits of the fruit. At Frantoio Muraglia, the pursuit of excellence goes beyond the olive oil itself. The distinctive ceramic bottles that house their precious liquid are a work of art. Each bottle is individually handcrafted by skilled artisans, showcasing the beauty of Italian design and craftsmanship. These striking vessels not only protect the oil from light and heat but also make for a stunning addition to any kitchen or dining table. Frantoio Muraglia offers a range of olive oils, each with its unique characteristics and flavour profiles. From the delicate and fruity notes of their Olio Nuovo to the robust and peppery intensity of their Intenso variety, there is an oil to suit every palate and culinary creation. Whether drizzled over a fresh salad, used in cooking or enjoyed as a finishing touch to a dish, Frantoio Muraglia's olive oils elevate every culinary experience. What sets Frantoio Muraglia apart is their unwavering commitment to quality and tradition. The Muraglia family's passion for their craft shines through in every bottle, ensuring that each customer receives an exceptional and authentic taste of Italy. Their olive oil is a testament to the beauty of simplicity and the profound connection between the land, the people, and the flavours it produces. Frantoio Muraglia invites you to savour the essence of Apulia and experience the legacy of the Muraglia family with each drop of their exquisite olive oil. Let their story become a part of your culinary journey, enriching your meals and bringing a taste of tradition to your table.

Producers-Leave No Trace

Leave No Trace

Leave No Trace is a brand dedicated to making sustainable living easy and stylish. They specialize in creating high-quality products that replace single-use, plastic-based, and disposable household and lifestyle items. Their focus is not only on providing eco-friendly alternatives but also on improving conventional options. With a commitment to lasting quality, Leave No Trace ensures that their products are built to withstand the test of time, enabling users to save money in the long run. They firmly believe that sustainable living should be convenient and accessible to all, without sacrificing style or convenience. Leave No Trace aims to seamlessly integrate sustainable choices into everyday life, making it effortless for individuals to adopt eco-friendly habits. By offering innovative designs and practical solutions, they strive to make sustainable living a simple and enjoyable part of daily routines. Join Leave No Trace on their journey towards a more sustainable future, where each small action contributes to a significant positive impact on the environment.

Producers-Salumi Cinque Stelle

Salumi Cinque Stelle

In 1957, the Pedroli salami factory came to life under the visionary leadership of Ernesto Pedroli and his wife, Ersilia. What began as a small delicatessen shop in Bareggio, Italy, soon transformed into an industrial powerhouse, with Ernesto and Ersilia working tirelessly to slaughter and process 1000 to 1500 pigs each week. In 1992, their son Giuseppe Pedroli took the reins and focused on the production of fresh sausages, as well as the trade and transformation of pork at the Cinquestelle factory in Cassinetta di Lugagnano. With his expertise in the market and unwavering professionalism, Giuseppe elevated the Cassinetta company to its production limit. In 2017, Pier Luca, Giuseppe's son, recognized the need to meet evolving consumer demands and ensure the highest quality standards. With his deep understanding of the market and unwavering commitment to excellence, Pier Luca decided to construct a new state-of-the-art facility in Abbiategrasso. In September 2018, the new headquarters spanning approximately 12,000 square meters was inaugurated. Today, under Pier Luca's guidance, the Pedroli salami factory upholds a steadfast principle: maintaining consistently high standards. Every production phase is closely monitored, from meticulous control over each step to the careful selection of raw materials. Only the finest anatomical cuts and suppliers meet the company's stringent criteria. By coordinating all processes and ensuring freshness and quality, Pedroli guarantees exceptional products. Attention to detail is paramount, with a focus on creating product lines free from preservatives and additives. The mission is to offer traditional products infused with a modern touch, always delicious and in harmony with a balanced diet for overall well-being. As the Pedroli salami factory continues its journey, it remains rooted in its rich heritage while embracing innovation. The brand's commitment to excellence, quality, and the satisfaction of its customers is unwavering, ensuring that each Pedroli product represents a taste of tradition, reimagined for the modern palate and the pursuit of well-being.



In 1925, Alfons Loacker acquired a pastry shop in Bolzano, where he showcased his exceptional pastry-making skills and handpicked quality ingredients. His dedication to excellence became the foundation of Loacker's journey. In 1958, Armin, his son, took over as the production manager, and Christine, his daughter, assumed responsibility for administration. Together, they brought harmony to the business. Recognizing the significance of maintaining its high standards, Loacker moved its production to Auna di Sotto in the 1970s. The legacy continued with the entry of the third generation in the 1990s. Ulrich, Christine's son, led the company to global success in the wafer market, while Andreas focused on research, development, and sustainability. Martin dedicated himself to crafting innovative products while honouring his grandfather's original recipes. With a steadfast commitment to perfection and preserving precious resources, Loacker aspires to bring joy to its customers while safeguarding the planet for future generations. Their story is one of passion, excellence, and a shared vision of creating extraordinary moments through their exceptional treats.



Back in 1954, the Sartor family embarked on a journey of mushroom cultivation and preservation, laying the foundation for a legacy of passion, quality, gastronomic expertise, and technological innovation. As the years went by, they embraced growth and continuously explored new products that catered to evolving tastes and consumer demands. In 1995, Surmont emerged as a brand under Surgelati Montello (Montello Frozen Foods), leveraging cutting-edge technologies to produce frozen culinary delights. Nestled in the heart of the Province of Treviso, Italy's northeast corner, Surmont found its perfect home on the Montello. This long wooded hill, also known as the Bosco delle Serenissima, has been renowned for its rich forests since the days of the illustrious Serenissima Republic of Venice. In the past, Montello's oak trees played a vital role in supplying wood to the Venetian Arsenale for shipbuilding. Coupled with its favourable climate, this picturesque region became an idyllic ecosystem for cultivating mushrooms. Surmont's success lies in a simple recipe: a harmonious blend of Italian tradition, authenticity, and the unbeatable flavours of homemade meals. They embrace the art of Italian cuisine with a touch of creativity, relying on all-natural ingredients without the use of flavourings or additives. What sets them apart is their commitment to exclusive technologies that honour traditional cooking methods, allowing Surmont to deliver mouthwatering, wholesome dishes that taste as if they were lovingly prepared in the comfort of home. Surmont's brand story is a testament to its deep-rooted values and dedication to excellence. With each product they create, they celebrate the richness of Italian gastronomy while incorporating innovative techniques to elevate the culinary experience. Surmont takes pride in providing authentic flavours that transport customers back to cherished moments around the family table, all while embracing the spirit of progress and innovation.

Producers-Dolcezze di Nanni

Dolcezze di Nanni

In the heart of Val D'Arbia, along the Via Francigena in Tuscany, Marini Giovanni's family has been enchanting gourmands since 1959 with the delectable creations of "Le Dolcezze di Nanni." With Marco, a custodian of his father Nanni's pastry passion and his grandmother Ada's cherished recipes, the rich flavors of Siena's ancient pastry tradition continue to thrive. Every day, these delightful treats come to life, crafted with care and using the finest natural ingredients, without preservatives. Nanni's renowned pastry shop has become a beloved destination, attracting gourmands from Siena and beyond. From the traditional Panforte, prepared in copper pots and shaped by hand to preserve its authentic taste, to the meticulously made Ricciarelli and Amaretti, each made with hand-selected almonds and individually perfected, Nanni's handmade cakes have earned global recognition. Alongside these classics, their production line features Cantucci, Brutti ma Buoni, Biscottoni, and other beloved traditional cakes. With a commitment to simplicity and a rigorous quality check, Nanni's pastries seamlessly blend artisanal craftsmanship with irresistible flavors. By upholding these time-honored practices, "Le Dolcezze di Nanni" offers a tantalizing taste of history, weaving the essence of Siena's ancient pastry artistry into every bite. With each indulgence, you are transported on a sensory journey, experiencing the fragrances and flavors that embody Tuscany's culinary heritage. The Marini family's dedication to preserving their legacy shines through, as they share the authentic delights of their region and invite you to savor the timeless allure of "Le Dolcezze di Nanni."



In 1950, Giovanni Rossi embarked on a maritime journey that gave birth to Armatore. With a passion for the sea and an unwavering commitment to quality, Giovanni established Armatore as a brand synonymous with maritime excellence. Crafting ship accessories and navigational instruments of exceptional precision, Armatore quickly gained recognition for its reliability and craftsmanship. Over the years, Armatore expanded its offerings, creating ship components, marine equipment, and luxury accessories that adorned vessels worldwide. Giovanni's dedication to excellence fostered trust and admiration among customers, forging lasting relationships. Armatore became renowned for its commitment to quality, blending traditional craftsmanship with cutting-edge technology. Today, Armatore embodies Giovanni Rossi's vision, crafting products that exemplify maritime excellence. With meticulous attention to detail, each item is designed to withstand the challenges of the marine environment. From precision-engineered ship components to elegant nautical accessories, Armatore's creations embody passion, skill, and a deep understanding of the sea. Guided by Giovanni's legacy, Armatore continues to shape the maritime industry, inspiring those who navigate the open waters and seek the allure of maritime mastery.



Founded in 1836 by Enea Sperlari in Cremona, Italy, Sperlari is a confectionery company with a heritage older than the Italian state itself. For over 185 years, the name Sperlari has been synonymous with confectionery art, crafting high-quality products in five Italian factories and proudly representing the essence of "Made in Italy." Sperlari's rich legacy is deeply rooted in Cremona's traditions, known for its association with Stradivarius violins. With a commitment to authenticity and excellence, Sperlari produces historic brands and unique confections that delight the palates of countless Italians. Each product is a testament to Italian craftsmanship and the values of tradition, quality, and prestige that have defined the brand for over 180 years. At the heart of Sperlari's mission lies a dedication to bringing small moments of sweetness and happiness to people's lives. Since its humble beginnings in 1836, when Enea Sperlari opened a small store in Cremona, the brand has been driven by a passion for offering the finest traditional delicacies such as nougat and mostarda. With every bite of a Sperlari treat, customers experience the culmination of centuries-old craftsmanship and a blend of flavours that merge the past with the present. Sperlari continues to captivate hearts and taste buds, remaining true to its heritage while embracing innovation and evolving with the times.


In 1924, the roots of Valent were planted, initially focusing on the manufacturing of sausages and canned meat products. Starting with serving the local market, the company gradually expanded its reach to the regional and national levels. A significant turning point came in 1991 when Valent ventured into the production of cured ham and began exporting to EEC countries. Continuing its journey, Valent embraced market changes and customer demands by incorporating slicing lines in 2007. This step enabled them to adapt to evolving market trends while maintaining a steadfast commitment to quality and food safety standards. The result of these efforts has been a remarkable success story. Today, Valent exports 80% of its production, with a presence in over 30 countries worldwide. Their dedication to quality has been the cornerstone of their growth, recognizing that customer satisfaction, both for their clients and the end consumers, hinges on the excellence of their products. Valent understands the importance of maintaining trust and confidence in their brand. To ensure consistent quality, the company implements stringent quality controls at every stage of the production process. With their own laboratory, they maintain meticulous and direct oversight of both their facilities and the final products. Valent's unwavering commitment extends beyond quality alone. They prioritize food security, environmental impact, and animal welfare, forming the foundation of their rigorous standards. Over the years, this steadfastness has earned Valent prestigious food quality certifications, solidifying their reputation as a trusted provider in the industry.


Goccia di Carnia

From the pristine heights of 1370 meters to your table, Goccia di Carnia embarks on a remarkable journey. Originating from the Fleons Spring nestled in the heart of the Carnic Alps, in the enchanting landscapes of North-East Italy, this exceptional water source remains shielded by vast larch forests, safeguarding its environmental equilibrium and unblemished purity. Goccia di Carnia boasts an impressive flow of 1 billion litres per year, making it one of the most abundant low-mineral water springs in Europe. Emerging at a constant temperature of 6°C throughout the year, this natural wonder embodies consistency and unwavering quality. The bottling plant of Goccia di Carnia stands amidst the serene serenade of woods and mountains, embracing absolute tranquillity. With a fully automated process, the water is carefully bottled while preserving its innate characteristics, ensuring that every drop maintains its pristine nature, untouched by human interference. In summary, Goccia di Carnia is a testament to nature's magnificence and the commitment to preserving its essence. From its elevated source sheltered by lush forests to its meticulous bottling process, Goccia di Carnia embodies purity, quality, and a harmonious relationship with its surroundings, bringing the finest water from the heights of the Carnic Alps directly to your table.



A remarkable journey began in 1953 when Maria and Sergio laid the foundation for Caseificio Gennari. From their modest beginnings at the Villa Paveri dairy, where they crafted three cheese wheels a day, a legacy was born. Their children, Tino, Pietro, Rosangela, and Paolo, embraced the family tradition and united to carry forward the company's diverse responsibilities. From tending to the fields and animal husbandry to overseeing production, ageing, and managing the shops, each member played a vital role in the growth of the business. As time went on, the next generation joined the ranks, with the grandchildren lending their expertise to an increasingly dynamic enterprise that extended its reach across the globe. This tight-knit family epitomized the spirit of collaboration, with everyone lending a helping hand and possessing the versatility to tackle any task. A quiet confidence permeated their ranks, as each member skillfully navigated various roles, seamlessly stepping into one another's shoes when needed. This unity and shared commitment to excellence have garnered whispers among them, with some quietly claiming to be the best in the world. Today, Caseificio Gennari stands as a testament to the enduring values of family, dedication, and artisanal craftsmanship. They have grown into a thriving and internationally recognized brand from their humble beginnings. Each generation's expertise and love for their craft have propelled them forward, allowing their exceptional cheeses to be savoured and celebrated by discerning palates worldwide. The story of Caseificio Gennari is one of unity, passion, and a shared pursuit of excellence. This story continues to unfold as each generation leaves its indelible mark on the family's remarkable legacy.



Bondie is a brand that revolves around creating unique coffee blends to make every day a special experience. With the Italian word "Buondì" meaning "Good Morning" as its inspiration, Bondie aims to greet and delight customers with the rich taste and aroma of a nice cup of espresso. Since its establishment in 2011, Bondie Trading has been committed to delivering top-quality coffee blends that mirror the traditional Italian espresso found in coffee shops. Bondie takes pride in offering the utmost quality coffee through its line of aluminium coffee capsules compatible with Nespresso® machines. The brand carefully selects beans from four different continents to create a distinctive and enticing aroma in their espresso. To maintain the authentic taste, all of Bondie's products are produced and packaged in Italy, ensuring a genuine Italian espresso experience. Beyond coffee production, Bondie strives to uphold sustainability and maintain a direct relationship with its customers. The brand seeks to deliver sustainable quality at every stage while fostering connections, whether with local or global customers, regardless of their size. With a focus on responsible sourcing and ethical practices, Bondie aims to establish trust and offer an exceptional coffee experience that surpasses expectations. In summary, Bondie is a brand dedicated to crafting unique coffee blends that transform ordinary moments into extraordinary experiences. With a commitment to quality, sustainability, and customer relationships, Bondie delivers top-notch coffee products inspired by the rich tradition of Italian espresso.



Nestled in the heart of the Umbria-Marche Apennines on the Colfiorito plateau, Colfiorito Srl is deeply rooted in this pristine landscape. Here, our headquarters and Tenuta Mattioni farm unite to produce some of the region's finest specialities. In 1984, Ivano's vision took shape as he founded Colfiorito Srl, dedicated to sharing the area's treasures, notably its renowned lentils. Named after its place of origin, our company takes pride in preserving the authenticity of our products, free from industrial processing. At Colfiorito, we pioneered placing our products in the fruit and vegetable department, setting a precedent for the industry. Every day, ingredients from across Italy and beyond pass through our doors, where we rigorously assess their quality through analysis and tastings. Colfiorito is more than a location; it's a protected regional park that inspires our commitment to the environment. Our story is one of heritage, quality, and reverence for the Colfiorito land, where each product embodies the essence of a region devoted to exceptional taste and unwavering standards.

Producers-Elle & Vire

Elle & Vire

Elle & Vire, a brand rooted in the heart of Normandy, France, tells a captivating brand story that spans over 70 years. With a deep passion for dairy products, Elle & Vire has been dedicated to crafting exceptional butter, creams, and other dairy delights since its inception. Inspired by the lush green pastures and fertile lands of Normandy, Elle & Vire sources its milk from local farms renowned for their high-quality dairy cattle. The brand takes pride in using traditional dairy craftsmanship combined with modern techniques to create products that embody the essence of French culinary excellence. Since its founding in 1945, Elle & Vire has remained committed to upholding the highest standards of quality. The brand's expert artisans carefully churn the cream into rich, velvety butter and whip it into smooth, indulgent creams, ensuring each product captures the true taste and texture that has become synonymous with Elle & Vire. With a relentless pursuit of perfection, Elle & Vire has garnered a loyal following of culinary enthusiasts, professional chefs, and home cooks alike. The brand's commitment to authenticity, quality, and innovation has earned its recognition as a trusted name in the world of dairy products. Today, Elle & Vire continues to innovate and expand its range, introducing new products that inspire creativity in the kitchen and elevate everyday culinary experiences. From their iconic butter to a wide variety of creams, Elle & Vire remains dedicated to bringing the rich flavours and textures of Normandy's dairy heritage to kitchens around the world. In essence, Elle & Vire's brand story revolves around a deep-rooted passion for dairy craftsmanship, a commitment to quality, and a desire to share the authentic tastes of Normandy with people everywhere.



In 1964, Luciano Gusmeroli founded COAM in Morbegno, Italy, drawing inspiration from the region's rich canning heritage focused on porcini mushrooms and vegetables. Over the years, COAM's commitment to craftsmanship and quality earned them a reputable position in the industry. They introduced "Le Conserve di Morbegno," a line of preserved vegetables, solidifying their canning expertise. Under the Scandia brand, COAM expanded beyond vegetables, becoming a leading processor of fine fish. Guided by Luciano's vision, they ventured into salmon, studying the raw material and processing techniques in Canada and Alaska. Their dedication paid off, as COAM emerged as a European leader in smoking and transforming salmon. The success prompted the expansion of Scandia's fish specialties to include tuna, swordfish, trout, and whitefish from Lake Como. COAM's meticulous approach extends to manual filleting and salting, ensuring quality control, while modern systems guarantee hygiene and safety during smoking and packaging. Balancing tradition with innovation, COAM has captivated the culinary world, embodying the essence of fine Italian gastronomy with each thoughtfully crafted product.


Fresh Box

Fresh Box is a brand driven by a passion for providing the freshest, highest-quality produce to the community. With a deep appreciation for nature's beauty and a commitment to sustainable farming practices, Fresh Box aims to connect people with locally sourced, organic produce. Partnering with local farmers who share their values, Fresh Box carefully selects each product to ensure it is grown with love and care. From vibrant fruits and vegetables to aromatic herbs and flavorful greens, their diverse range of produce is handpicked at the peak of freshness, retaining its natural flavours and nutritional value. As a brand, Fresh Box takes pride in supporting local agriculture, fostering a sense of community, and minimizing its carbon footprint by reducing transportation distances. Their mission is to create a seamless farm-to-table experience, bridging the gap between farmers and food lovers. Fresh Box empowers customers to make healthier choices and savour the goodness of nature. By embracing the freshness, quality, and sustainability that Fresh Box embodies, customers can celebrate the flavours of local agriculture and support a healthier, happier lifestyle.

Vecchio Pastificio di Gragnano

In the heart of Gragnano, a place steeped in timeless culinary heritage, the story of Vecchio Pastificio di Gragnano unfolds. Dedicated to upholding the cherished centuries-old Tradition of the region, this artisanal pasta haven is where the art of crafting Pasta di Gragnano IGP reaches new heights. Under the discerning gaze of their master pasta maker, a virtuoso of the craft, the pastificio breathes life into Pasta di Gragnano IGP of unparalleled quality. With unwavering commitment, they meticulously select the finest durum wheat semolina, harmoniously blended solely with the purest water drawn from millennia-old springs that grace Gragnano's land. Passion, care, and expertise intermingle as these essential ingredients come together, echoing the history and essence of the land. Each pasta shape is lovingly shaped by the hands of time itself, guided by bronze dies that impart an extraordinarily rough texture to the pasta. This homage to history ensures that every strand holds sauces with a delightful embrace, delivering an exquisite dining experience. Slowly and gently, the pasta is coaxed to perfection through a patient drying process within static cells, at low temperatures. This unhurried approach further elevates the inherent quality of the more than 30 distinct formats created by Vecchio Pastificio. But this is no mere tribute to tradition; it's a modern oasis of pasta innovation. Armed with cutting-edge techniques and a significant production capacity, Vecchio Pastificio bridges the gap between the revered past and the demands of the present. A steady stream of Pasta di Gragnano IGP flows year-round, catering to both domestic and international distributors who seek to grace their markets with the hallmark of excellence. The promise is not just of pasta, but of a sublime culinary creation that resonates deeply with discerning consumers. From intimate family feasts to joyous gatherings of friends, Vecchio Pastificio di Gragnano's pasta becomes the cornerstone of moments shared and savoured. It transforms the mundane into an occasion, inviting people to indulge in the sheer pleasure of the palate. With Vecchio Pastificio's Pasta di Gragnano IGP, there's no shortage of taste, no compromise on quality, and no limit to the sheer delight it brings to every table it graces.



Gentilini, an esteemed Italian brand, was founded in 1890 by Pietro Gentilini, a visionary entrepreneur. Born in Vergato, Italy, Pietro honed his skills in Florence and Bologna before gaining valuable experience in Latin America. Driven by ambition, he returned to Rome to establish his own business. Starting with a grocery shop and bakery, Pietro quickly expanded to four shops, baking a wide range of biscuits, including the iconic Osvego, which became a symbol of Gentilini's commitment to quality. In 1906, Gentilini underwent an industrial transformation, opening its first production plant near Porta Pia. Pietro's vision and modernization efforts laid the foundation for success. The product range expanded to include various biscuits and traditional festive desserts. The iconic train logo, symbolizing cosmopolitan charm and progress, captured the imagination of customers and solidified Gentilini's reputation. The aftermath of World War II presented challenges, but under the leadership of Pietro's son, Ettore, Gentilini swiftly recovered. The introduction of the Margherite biscuit, still produced today, further endeared the brand to customers. With a focus on small grocery shops, Gentilini's biscuits were sold loose or in tin boxes. The company's dedication to excellence and the careful selection of raw materials ensured consistently high-quality products. In subsequent years, Gentilini embraced modernization, introducing innovative packaging and expanding its product line to meet evolving consumer preferences. Under the leadership of Paolo Gentilini, who assumed the role of Chairman in 1998, the company underwent a transformation into a modern corporation. Investments in systems and restructuring enhanced operational efficiency, while advertising efforts solidified Gentilini's brand identity. With a rich history spanning over a century, Gentilini remains poised to face future challenges while continuing to deliver pleasurable taste experiences to its loyal customers.

Dolciaria Acquaviva

The inception of the Acquaviva Group marked the union of time-honoured entrepreneurial legacies, each with over four decades of expertise in the realm of frozen bakery creations. A journey rooted in innovation and growth, their story revolves around creating unparalleled taste adventures, from dawn to dusk. Passion and quality are the cornerstones upon which their entrepreneurial odyssey was built. With an unwavering commitment to excellence, every detail is meticulously crafted, reflecting their devotion to the art of sweet and savoury delicacies. As torchbearers of Italian culinary heritage, Dolciaria Acquaviva strives to illuminate the world with the radiance of their delectable creations. Their commitment knows no borders; it's a mission to share the soul-warming flavours of Made in Italy delights across both domestic and international tables. In every delectable bite, and every tender pastry, the Acquaviva Group weaves a narrative of dedication and innovation. With a history rich in experience and a future pulsating with untapped possibilities, they invite all to savour not just their products, but the essence of their journey – a journey of crafting moments that linger on the palate and in the heart.


Liveg is a pioneer in the world of plant-based cuisine, dedicated to organic and veg-centric food since its establishment in 1991. Founded by Massimo Santinelli, Biolab in Gorizia was one of Italy's first companies to specialize in plant-based organic fare, inspired by the health benefits of macrobiotic and vegetarian cooking. From the outset, Liveg's commitment to using locally sourced and organic ingredients set them apart. Their ingredients, often from their farm or local farmers who shared their ethos, laid the foundation for collaborations with organic distributor Ecor, known for NaturaSì and CuoreBio shops. In 2010, Liveg organized the Vegetarian Festival, drawing over 5000 attendees to Gorizia. The festival's success led to the renaming of the street housing their headquarters to "Via dei Vegetariani," a rare honour that reflected their impact. In 2017, Liveg transformed Gorizia's former municipal slaughterhouse into its third plant, marking a remarkable shift and symbolizing its commitment to a sustainable future. Today, Liveg's journey aligns with Italy's surge in organic farming and the rise of plant-based proteins. Their story stands as a testament to pioneering change in both culinary culture and societal values.