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About us.

WebFoodCulture: about us

WHO WE ARE, OUR MISSION, COLLABORATIONS, CONTACTS.

Who we are.

WHO WE ARE

WebFoodCulture is the fruit of the work of a group of taste lovers sharing the belief that food and wine are a true form of art and, as such, an integral part of culture.

Our mission.

OUR MISSION

WebFoodCulture has been created to show its visitors the most traditional food and wine from Italy and all over the world, deepening their knowledge. The website also provides precious indications on the location of the historic restaurants and producers, giving the opportunity to taste the original flavor of these unique specialties.
Our articles are characterized by a particular approach to the topic of food: a cultural approach that focuses its attention on the narration of fascinating stories and interesting facts rather than the explanation of recipes, in the belief that the knowledge of what you eat can really increase its flavor.

Collaborations.

OUR COLLABORATIONS

In order to make our articles, we at WebFoodCulture collaborate with some of the most famous international food and wine representatives. Consortia, companies and historical associations which, consistently with the mission of this website, can boast some of the most typical and traditional products on the market. Some examples:

Consorzio per la Tutela del Formaggio Gorgonzola DOP (logo-01) Consorzio di Tutela della Mozzarella di Bufala Campana DOP (logo-02) Consorzio per la Tutela del Formaggio Pecorino Romano DOP (logo-03) Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana (img-04)



Luxardo Girolamo S.P.A. (logo-05) Consorzio Tutela Formaggio Asiago (logo-06) Consorzio Tutela del Vino Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco (logo-07) Consorzio Vini Asolo Montello (logo-08)



Cantine Duca di Salaparuta (logo-09) Cantine Florio (logo-10)



Contacts.

CONTACTS

Feel free to contact us for questions, comments or suggestions.


Botticelli, 'The Birth of Venus' (img-01)

Happiness for man (img-01)

Margherita.

Margherita pizza: the pizza of Queens.

Many say that ‘Margherita’, the queen of pizzas, derives its name from that of a real one: Margherita of Savoy. Is it true? Well, it’s certainly enough to arouse curiosity and start a little investigation, deepening the knowledge of one of the Neapolitan specialties most famous in the world. (continue)




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logo-01 – Logo published courtesy of Consorzio Per La Tutela Del Formaggio Gorgonzola;
logo-02 – Logo published courtesy of Consorzio di Tutela della Mozzarella di Bufala Campana DOP;
logo-03 – Logo published courtesy of Consorzio per la Tutela del Formaggio Pecorino Romano DOP;
logo-04 – Logo published courtesy of Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana;
logo-05 – Logo published courtesy of Luxardo Girolamo S.P.A.
logo-06 – Logo published courtesy of Consorzio Tutela Formaggio Asiago;
logo-07 – Logo published courtesy of Consorzio Tutela del Vino Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco;
logo-08 – Logo published courtesy of Consorzio Vini Asolo Montello;
logo-09 – Logo published courtesy of ILLVA Saronno S.p.A.
logo-10 – Logo published courtesy of ILLVA Saronno S.p.A.

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