La Camera di Commercio Italiana in Canada – Ovest | B2B MEETING WITH DELEGATES from 3 Italian food companies
Italian Chamber of Commerce in Canada West
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B2b Meeting Italy Canada In Vancouver Food Industry

14 nov B2B MEETING WITH DELEGATES from 3 Italian food companies


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This year, the World Week of the Italian Cuisine – in its fourth edition – takes place from November, 18 to 24. The event aims at promoting Italy’s agri-food industry and the tradition of high-quality food and wine which is a key aspect of the Italian identity and culture.

Over a thousand events are held all around the world, coordinated by the Italian diplomatic network, Italian Chambers of Commerce and Italian Institutes of Culture.

During this week, the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Canada –West, in collaboration with Consulate General of Italy in Vancouver, APCI – Association of Professional Italian Chef Italy and its Canadian delegation, VCC-Vancouver Community College, and Il Centro – Italian Cultural Centre is welcoming in Vancouver a delegation from below Italian food companies, that are looking for distributors in Western Canada for their products, and organizing by appointment only B2B meetings with them on Monday, Nov. 18, 2019. 

To schedule a meeting with any of our below mentioned guest companies, interested companies are invited to kindly contact us via trade@iccbc.com.

 


CBA Olitalia 03.1 Slide 2

Olitalia

Olitalia is an Italian leading company specialized in oils and vinegar. Managed by the family of founder Giuseppe Cremonini, for over 50 years, this family-owned company name has been standing for excellence, quality and tradition in Italian cuisine around the world. Today they are one of the most trusted brands in the food and condiments sector.

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Molino Flour

Mulino Caputo

The history of the Caputo Mill began in 1924 when Carmine Caputo returned from the United States and founded a mill and a pasta factory in Capua. Since then, Mulino Caputo has continuously promoted and enhanced the great culinary tradition of the Campania region of white art, from pizza to desserts, from bread making to fresh pasta and has historically represented the culture of white Neapolitan art because it has always followed tradition and respected its values: the mixing of grains, the non-use of additives, the processing on a simple and genuine product but of the highest quality.

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Pasta La Molisana

La Molisana

La Molisana is one of the biggest pasta factories in Italy. For 4 generations and over a hundred years, it has been carefully selecting and grinding only the finest varieties of wheat. La Molisana pasta factory is one of the highest in Italy, rising to 730 meters high in the heart of Molise.  As far back as the beginning of the last century, the first small-scale milling workshops – the so-called “maccaronari” – started popping up in this area. A long-standing tradition of quality that La Molisana is an ambassador for around the world.

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