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PASTA DIVELLA ON FOCUS AT THE CIBUS CONNECT OF PARMA: FLAVORS OF THE MEDITERRANEAN PASSION AT THE FOOD FAIR

09/04/19

From fusillonI to strascinati passing through cavatelli and savory baked goods such as "Pan Crostini" and "Croccosfizi". The company F. Divella S.p.a will bring a piece of Puglia to Parma on the occasion of Cibus Connect, the fair dedicated to the best of made in Italy food scheduled 10 and 11 April. An excellent showcase for the well-known company of our house that will have the opportunity to meet with 700 exhibitors from all over Italy for a total of: 900 brands, 500 new products and health-conscious professionals without neglecting taste. F. Divella SpA participates in the event with a specific objective: to witness the commitment of a company that has reached the fourth generation that has
made great strides in terms of quality, experience, evolution and research. Ten thousand quintals of pasta a day to satisfy the needs of all palates and establish itself with determination on the national and foreign markets. In Hall 6, stand E 053, the company team will meet buyers and industry experts for two days to explore issues related to the food revolution linked to pasta, for an increasingly close relationship between man, technology and food as a driver for change and key tool to create a healthier and more sustainable world. Of course not
the space dedicated to tasting will be missing. Also in Hall 6, in the Cooking Point 31, the Divella Corporate Chef, Donato Carra will give space to his creativity with the realization of typical Italian dishes strictly based on Divella pasta. On the occasion of Cibus Connect, the company will present the new "Spaghettoni" with Divella bronze and the pasta line "Value of Tradition".

"Our presence at the Cibus Connect 2019 in Parma - says Francesco Divella, CEO of F. Divella SpA - further strengthens our great goal, namely to spread the Mediterranean diet through our quality products and represent the made in Italy on the tables from all over the world, as well as representing the opportunity to increase distribution and commercial agreements outside the national context and consequently increase their export volumes in international markets ".