Monday, September 14, 2015

Italian national market back to embedded

Since 2002, imports were banned due to an outbreak of a disease that struck pigs in Italy. The return of products will have campaign Banned exporters since 2002, chills Italians return to the shelves in Brazil in September. Imports have been restricted since the outbreak of a disease that struck pigs of Italy. At the time, only products with maturity exceeding ten months were allowed. In June 2014, however, the barrier was torn down by health authorities, enabling producers to resume export of salami, copa, pancetta, cotechino and other. For the return of products, will be held a campaign called "SalumiAmo", promoted by the exporters. Actions will be made in stores and tasting festivals in restaurants in the city of São Paulo. Networks such as Santa Maria, Piselli and Emporium Eataly will be part of the action.
Supermercado Moderno - 11/09/2015
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