The Anti-Counterfeiting ID protects your Job

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Today more than ever Made in Italy plays a leading role in the market scene, and that’s the reason why it should be protected by all means.
Thanks to its 500.000 visits per month, effectuated through main browsers such as Google, Eccellenze Italiane International Circuit stands out as reference point on what concerns certifications of excellence and promotion of professionalism.
Eccellenze Italiane can currently boast more than 6000 businesses operating in a vast number of sectors: food and wine production, accommodation, craftsmanship, fashion, interior design, technology, services and more.
Everyday many enterprises adhere to the Anti-counterfeiting campaign and benefit from the privileges that only Registro Eccellenze Italiane (Italian Excellence Registry) can grant, such as increasing of the businesses’ visibility and reputation (click here to get further information) on Internet and the possibility to verify in real time the actual correspondence of Anti-counterfeiting IDs.
After a meticulous evaluation of the businesses’ quality, IDs are released by the Editorial Committee of Eccellenze Italiane, then are displayed as decals on the Affiliates’ shop windows and printed on the Excellence Certificate.
You can find the RIA (ID Anti-Counterfeiting Registry) on the right column of this same page and verify if the products you’re looking for are inserted.
If your Company owns the needed requisites to obtain our Italian quality brand, you can click here to request the Anti-Counterfeiting ID, to get the Eccellenze Italiane Registered trademark.
For further information, contact us at info@eccellenzeitaliane.com

“L’italiano vero”: a Neapolitan heart on the other side of the Alps

“Lasciatemi cantare
Perché ne sono fiero  
Sono l’italiano    
L’italiano vero”  

That’s what Toto Cutugno used to sing in his most famous song, “L’italiano”. In some cases, however, replacing “sing” with “cook” wouldn’t be wrong at all: Italians are well-known all over the world for the delicious dishes they make. Antonio Rega must feel this way too. He’s the owner of “L’italiano vero”, a restaurant in Lyon which lets its customers experience what “eating the Italian way” really means.

We talked with Antonio and asked him some questions.

Gelato Biancolatte, the taste of Italy


Some have turned their passion for ice cream into a way of life: Gianluca Fruci and his wife have become ambassadors for this Italian staple food in Puebla, Mexico, with their ice cream shop Biancolatte.
The origins of gelato are as old as our history: it was first invented by the Ancient Romans, then perfected under the reign of Caterina De Medici in XVI Century, and finally it became popular in the Twenties.
We wanted to find out about the story of Gianluca and his ice cream.

Pizza, Pasta e Basta: an Italian in northern Spain

Logroño, capital city of the production of the famous Spanish wine Rioja and from 2012 also culinary capital of the country. In this region of Northern Spain, food is a serious matter: think of the pinchos, the tapas served on a piece of crunchy bread washed down with the best local wines. What better place to open an Italian restaurant?
Ferdinando Battista, from Naples but “adopted” by Spain since 1990, has chosen Logroño to open its Trattoria Pizza, Pasta e Basta in the heart of the old town. His dream: to spread the love for Italian flavours.
We’ve decided to ask him a few questions to discover a little more about it…

Dine to the sound of music at Alba Italian Restaurant

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Fields of an intense green, overlooking golden sandy beaches which end into a blue sea. A typical coastal view in County Wexford, South-eastern Ireland. Imagine that you have just witnessed a beautiful sunset from Wexford lighthouse: a triumph of orange and pink tones that plunge into the ocean. It’s five o’clock and it has started getting chilly since the sun has gone, the biting Irish wind is blowing and your stomach growls lightly. After days of local food, you are craving some delicious Italian food. What can you do now?

Fabio’s Restaurant & Pizzeria: Italian know-how

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Ko Phangan is an island in southern Thailand, a tropical paradise of uncontaminated forests, beaches of thin and white sand and coconut trees. A dream has come true for Fabio Colapietro, that of living amidst such beauty: Fabio’s Restaurant & Pizzeria is located just a couple of minutes away from those crystal clear waters and from the beautiful coral reefs.

“Lusna Studio” turns your precious moments into photographic works of art

 

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Dedication, artistic research and innovation are the base on which “Lusna Studio” has founded its excellence as the only photographic reality on Italian territory to be a photographic atelier too. After more than 5 years of professional formation, photographers Anna Sara Mastrini and Angelo Marchetti decided to consecrate their career to the idea of photography conceived as a form o visual art to rediscover and promote. Their professional philosophy stands on the high quality of artisan prints, exclusively implemented with Fine Art paper, which is certified and superior to that used in the realization of photo-books.
“Lusna Studio” guarantees services such as Wedding Photoreportage, Wedding Cinema, Fine Art Prints and Photo Restoration. Everyone of these services is the result of an accurate elaboration operated in the name of the artistic ideal of “Lusna Studio”.