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The family-run F.lli Buonannata farm grows, works and ships Sicilian citrus fruits to Italy and, on request, also abroad. In this part of Sicily, in the province of Syracuse, the smell of lemons and oranges pervades the entire farm making these unique jewels their strong point for the flavor. The passion for agriculture and dedication to a work handed down from generation to generation makes the agricultural work in the F.lli Buonannata farm the true leitmotif of every single part committed to the cultivation of the vast fields belonging to the farmers family working in the province of Syracuse. A loving effort conducted under the warm sun of Sicily is what carries out this business reality, rising in the fertile valley of the Anapo and turning out to be a goodness production center. The recognized value for lemons and oranges of the family-run Fratelli Buonannata Farm is confirmed by the possibility of making numerous recipes inspired by the authenticity of these products in accordance with the principles of seasonality, sustainability, and quality.

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From the oven of the heart of Puglia, Danieli offers the Forno delle Puglie. The delights of tradition made by hand as then with local extra virgin olive oil. The main product of this company, a product that owes its success, is the tarallo, proposed in various forms and aromatizations.

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DE GUSTIBUS nasce agli inizi del novecento nella borgata marinara di Siculiana Marina in provincia di Agrigento. Gerlando Piro, patriarca di una delle più antiche famiglie del borgo, lavora il pesce azzurro sotto salamoia usando fusti di castagno. Oggi, i prodotti dell'azienda DE GUSTIBUS , rappresentano nel panorama gastronomico ed alimentare nazionale, l'essenza della tradizione siciliana, fatta di equilibrio tra i sapori tipici del mare e della campagna intorno alla Valle dei Templi.

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The organic biscuits of Zenzero Candito are still made by hand with wholemeal flour of ancient stone-ground grains. Zenzero Candito uses excellent organic raw materials from small local producers, the chestnuts of the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines, the Sicilian almonds of the Val di Noto, the hazelnuts of the Altalanga. Each biscuit is handmade as it once was, always guaranteeing the maximum naturalness and genuineness of each of our products. From December 2015 the biscuit is certified organic.

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