Beautiful and evocative were the "boccacci," as in Campania they call the glass containers, which can be reused as vases and become real design objects.
(Lapresse) A large community celebration to close the San Marzano tomato processing season. Along with farmers, workers and employees there are also those who extol the product pride of Made in Italy, such as star chefs Raffaele Vitale and Nicola Annunziata and pizza chefs Ciro Salvo and Anthony Mangieri.
At the plants of one of the historic companies in Pagani, in the province of Salerno, the “Agro Nocerino Sarnese Thanksgiving Day” was celebrated. An ancient tradition at the end of the San Marzano tomato processing season. Protagonists of the evening were farmers, workers, laborers and their families: an entire community. An Italian excellence, that of the San Marzano tomato, which has conquered even abroad.
Beautiful and evocative were the “boccacci,” as in Campania they call the glass containers, which can be reused as vases and become real design objects.
The Casa Marrazzo party was attended by Ciro Salvo’s 50 Kalò, one of the most famous Neapolitan pizzerias in the world, star chefs Raffaele Vitale and Nicola Annunziata, and Italian-American pizzaiolo Anthony Mangieri, ranked No. 1 in the “50 Top Pizza” guide. An ancient ritual that remains alive thanks to entrepreneurs like Gerardo Marrazzo.
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