An international study shows that 1 in 4 people increased their pasta consumption during 2020. This figure is in line with the twenty-year growth trend: in 2019 almost 16 million tons of pasta were produced in the world, compared to 7 million tons produced 20 years ago.
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Although the term ‘Italian food’ is used the world over, it’s slightly misleading. Rather than having one distinct cuisine, Italy is home to a myriad of regional gastronomic traditions, owing in large part to its fractured national history. From the rich alpine...
Harsh weather conditions and climate change have cauded olive yields to decrease in 2020, but the quality remains high. Read our article to find out more.
Sustainability is increasingly important for consumers, but how does Italian food stack up in terms of green credentials?
Forget pasta, pizza, and gelato – how about spicy whitebait spread and spherical cheese larger than footballs? Read about Italy’s strangest foods.
People have less money during times of recession, but does this mean they spend less on food? How do their food habits change? Read our article to find out.
The ‘Made in Italy’ brand sells, and has attracted the attention of counterfeiters the world over. Learn which Italian foods are most commonly faked.
This year’s trade shows might have been cancelled, but that’s no excuse to stop looking for new Italian suppliers. Plan ahead with our tips.
As one of Italy’s largest sectors, tourism has been hit hard by the coronavirus panemic. Learn what the conseuqences are for the Italian Food Industry.
With labout shortages across the continent, Italian-grown produce is at risk of going to waste. Learn what measures are being taken to avoid it.
Like most industries at this time, the food sector is experiencing new and fluid challenges. Read what the main ones are for the Italian food industry.
Coronavirus has forced us to change all of our daily routines, including how we shop for food. Read the latest statistics on just how these have altered.
Dried pasta has been amount the most popular products during the current corona virus pandemic. Learn how much has been sold, and where demand is heading.
Coronavirus is affecting every aspect of the Italian economy, and not least the food indsutry. Learn what the current rules on Italian food export are.
There are a few different types of olive oil, but which is the best for you? The Italian Food Experts give you the rundown on the differences between them.
Italian food is enjoyed all over the world, but which countries buy the most? Read our article to find out.
Lidl was fined €1 million euros for misleading consumers on the origin of its pasta. Learn what makes pasta ‘Italian’, and how to tell from the label.
Italian food exports performed remarkable over 2019’s festive period. Learn which products sold the best, and which to stock for next year.
The current outbreak of African Swine Flu across China is having repercussions on pork prices in Europe, pushing up the costs of cured Italian meats and other related products. Learn what the real impact is.
How will Italian food products be affected by potential EU rules on food labelling? Let’s take a look.
Italian food is becoming popular around the world during the festive period. Read our brief guide on the most common Italian Christmas foods, and how to assess their quality.
Italy has hundreds of different pasta shapes, but which are its most popular? Find out Italy’s five most popular pasta shapes and how to eat them here.
As October draws to a close and most olive groves wrap up their harvesting season, we take a look at the most recent statistics on Italy’s results.
With the US’s tariffs on EU products soon to come into effect, we examine the potential impact on one of Italy’s most cherished cheeses.
A brief summary of the 2019 Italian tomato harvest, assessing the effects of climate change on tomato production.
Learn how a no-deal Brexit scenario could impact the price of Britain’s beloved baked bean.
A few tips on how to tell apart Italy’s two most well-known prosciuttos: Prosciutto di Parma and Prosciutto di San Daniele
With the price of Italian Olive Oil set to increase again this year, we ask ourselves is it worth the high cost?
Three useful tips on how to buy dry pasta like an Italian