On November 15th at 5 pm the Consulate General of Italy and the Italy-America Chamber of Commerce Southeast will present the seminar: “Import of Italian Food products in the USA: Understanding the FDA and CBP procedures for a better compliance”.
The event will take place at the Miami Culinary Institute in Downtown Miami . Guest speakers are:
Mr. Facundo Bernal, Director, Imports branch & Division of Southeast imports, Food & Drug Administration.
Mr. George M. Politakis, U.S. Customs and Border Protection supervisor, Trade Operations, Miami Seaport.
The initiative is part of the program of the 3rd Week of the Italian Cuisine in the World.
Due to the limited space available, the seminar is open only to professionals in the field of Logistics and Food&Wine imports.
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Organized in the frame of the “Week of Italian Cuisine in the World,” the 2nd Edition of The Italian Culinary Tour will take place on Tuesday, November 13th in the Brickell area.
This is a unique event that bases itself on the concept of a mobile meal where participants can experiment a variety of tastings and wines and have the possibility to follow a true “path of taste” moving from one restaurant to another in order to explore new locations and the Italian lifestyle. Attendees will have the opportunity to discover new flavors and wine pairing while interacting with chefs, food bloggers and journalist, food experts, and restaurant owners.
The Italian Culinary Tour intents to serve as a showcase of the best of Italian food, wine, concisely all in one night through a guided tour of 4 of the most top and excellent Italian restaurants in Miami.
7 Foods, the Italian fine food importer who has partnered with this initiative will be present the evening of the event demonstrating some of their very own genuine Italian food products.
The event is designed strategically in one area -the Brickell area- so that all restaurants can be of walking distance to and from each destination. It will be about 3 hours and approximately 30 minutes at each restaurant. By the end of the tour, a 4 course dinner will have been served along with different wine pairings that each authentic restaurant chooses to offer.
The Italian Culinary Tour is framed as part of “The Extraordinary Italian Taste” program promoted by the Italian government aimed to promote genuine Italian products and authentic restaurants.
Savor the cuisine of some of the most talented Italian chefs in the heart of Miami.
The tour will present to you in order from start to finish:
- Toscana Divino– www.toscanadivino.com – Authentic Tuscan restaurant that offers traditional dishes alongside a unique selection of wine in an elegant setting
- Casa Tua Cucina – www.casatualifestyle.com– A modern dining space and heartfelt culinary session with a pizzeria, pasta station, grill station, bakery, pastry station, café and more
- La Centrale– www.lacentralemiami.com– A premier Italian food hall and massive gastronomic emporium bringing the sights, sounds, and tastes of Italy to Miami
- Cipriani – www.cipriani.com – A high-end authentic Italian restaurant dedicated to simple luxuries also known as a world renowned hospitality brand recognized for its distinguished venues and service
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Miami, FL – Magniflex is teaming up with Food For The Poor to send disaster relief supplies to help families in North Carolina who continue to be affected by Hurricane Florence.
The commitment of over $250,000 in mattress donations will be distributed to the region as soon as possible.
Food For The Poor will ship the mattresses to Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Raleigh, N.C., which will oversee the distribution to families in need.
Magniflex is pleased to work with Coconut Creek-based Food For The Poor, one of the largest international relief and development organizations in the nation. While Food For The Poor’s mission primarily is to serve internationally, the charity has responded in the past to catastrophic disasters in the United States.
Hurricane Florence made landfall almost a month ago near Wrightsville Beach, N.C., as a Category 1 hurricane packing winds of 90 mph. The storm brought devastating amounts of rain that has left the community helpless.
“What happened in the Carolinas is devastating,” said Marco Magni, CEO of Magniflex USA Ltd. “Our thoughts and prayers are with all who were affected by the catastrophe and we are working with local partner agencies to address the needs of families in the affected areas.”
Magniflex is always open to help and has donated to both Goodwill and Salvation Army in the past. Magniflex is a worldwide mattress brand based in Italy with dealers throughout the U.S.
A new Italian restaurant is going to open in Fort Lauderdale: Bufarella, la pizza di Napoli.
The restaurant will offer to customers the ancient tradition of historical dishes in an innovative and unique concept.
The pizza will be cooked in a wood oven specially built in Naples, and inside the restaurant the processing of handmade mozzarella can be admired through the windows setted up to watch the workshop.
The menu will be 100% Italian style with fresh products and served with innovation and elegance.
In addition to the traditional Neapolitan pizzas, you can enjoy products based on mozzarella di bufala, pasta served directly in the pan, desserts and gourmet gelato.
There are only a few days left until the ribbon will be cut, the expectation of the population is very strong, and we are sure that many friends will come to enjoy Bufarella, la Pizza di Napoli products.
Bufarella la Pizza di Napoli:
5975 North Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale FL 33308
On October 19-21 at the Leonardo da Vinci Museum of Science and Technology in Milan, took place the exhibition “Berkel 1898-2018 – A Slice Odyssey” to celebrate the 120° anniversary of the brand that created the legendary “Red Flywheel Slicer”.
Wilhelmus Van Berkel, a butcher with a passion for engineering, on October 12th, 1898 in Rotterdam created the first mechanical slicer in history. Berkel, which has become a masterpiece of precision, craftsmanship and design, boasts hundreds of admirers and collectors all over the world.
The exhibition was also an opportunity to review the history of the last century through the “Volano Rossa” that does not endure the changes of time, always following them faithful to itself: avant-garde yesterday, vintage today. Protagonist of this journey is the B114 Volano, the iconic slicer that identifies the Berkel style: refined vintage design, mechanical precision, excellent craftsmanship. Twelve decades were thus told by six flywheels B114 interpreted by an artist as real works of art: unique pieces decorated by hand that evoke every twenty years through colors, symbols, iconic images, graphic motifs.
Over the years the decorations, the dimensions of the blades or some other details have alternated, but the structure and the functioning are and will remain eternal.
Van Berkel USA, Inc
8333 NW 83rd Street, Suite 450
Doral, FL 33166