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CETA: made in Italy in danger?

‘Parmesan’ is not “Parmigiano Reggiano”, as well as many Italian specialties are not those ones often sold in the supermarkets and presented as original Italian products. The quality of the ingredients, the nature, the particular pipeline, make a difference which is evident and which is not possible to hide. Made in Italy is Made in Italy and must be defended in any possible place.
According to Francesco Paolo Capone, General Secretary of Ugl workers union,

“The possible approval of the treaty with Canada, the Ceta, would not simply jeopardize many of our mainstream products, such as wheat, meats and cheese, and the southern territories already deserted by the crisis, but would disrupt the whole made in Italy”.

Capone asks for (more…)


something good, and a little more

Si è accennato a ‘Something good’ in un precedente articolo; prodotto da Luca Barbareschi, il film sarà proiettato nelle sale a partire da domani, distribuito dalla 01. Tratto dal romanzo ‘Mi fido di te‘, di Massimo Carlotto e Francesco Abate, è ambientato in gran parte a Hong Kong e racconta la storia di un uomo che cerca di rimediare agli errori commessi, in un contesto dominato da fatti di cronaca come le sofisticazioni alimentari; è da ricordare, infatti, che in Cina trecentomila neonati rimasero intossicati e sei morirono per colpa del latte alla melanina.

La Cina, però, ha tanto di buono e voglia di progresso: in questo periodo, nelle sale di Pechino sta furoreggiando, per la prima volta nella storia, un film non cinese. Si tratta di ‘Stalingrad‘, kolossal in 3 D realizzato in Russia, che sarà presentato anche al Festival di Roma domenica prossima.

Sul progresso, anche cinematografico, della Cina, si può rileggere Hollywood sul Fiume giallo.


Blue mozzarella? Not in Italy!

“Mozzarella”, as you surely know, is a typical Italian cheese, we usually put on pizza, for istance.

It is nice, fresh and white. White like the snow, white like the ice, white like the pureness.

Recently some fake mozzarella have been discovered in a supermarket, coloured in blue because of a bacterium. Obviously, it was not an original Italian product! Someone, in Germany, have tried to copy this cheese and something wrong must have happened.

When you look for Italian products, that are the best in the world, please check if they are really made in Italy!

Many cheeses and others Italian specialties are counterfeit by dishonest companies who wants take advantage of the prestige of our traditions.

Put attention on your shopping, it is in your interest!

(PS: I will come back to Television and Cinema, my professional target,

in the next post…)


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