When the packaging makes the difference

Walking through the supermarkets’ shelves, everyone can notice that the number and the variety of the packaged products keeps increasing, for a cumulative series of motivations: the tendency to request products that are more and more specific and unique (for intolerant people, vegetarians, vegans, biologic, etc.), and in different sizes (family size, normal, smaller size... Continue Reading →

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Organic Chocolate Trend

  Organic, also known as “bio”, food consumption is increasing globally. In Italy, the sales of bio products in the GDO are 20.6% more compared to the previous year. (ilSole24Ore) The leader in the Italian market is EcorNaturaSì, whose core business is the production of organic and biodynamic chocolate. Organic farming is a method that... Continue Reading →

Italian Chocolate Consumption

Italy is the third largest producer of chocolate in the world, preceded by the United States and Switzerland. Strangely, even though Italy produces a large amount of chocolate, Italians themselves do not consume a high amount of chocolate a year. Italians, on average, consume 9.5 pounds of chocolate per person each year. In comparison, Swiss... Continue Reading →

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