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  • The Summer Fancy Food Show ended with a lively discussion on the future of Italian cuisine in America and on how authentic Italian food ingredients and wines fit with the modern concept of fusion, which blends high-quality components with other cuisines of the world.
  • Showcasing the best of Italian gastronomy and wine, the Italian Pavilion featured 202 exhibitors, including manufacturers of a vast array of Italian gourmet products, as well as producers, the country's regions, export consortia, and chambers of commerce.
  • Italian Trade Commissioner Aniello Musella confirms that, as it has been for the past 30 years, Italy will have the largest pavilion at the 2011 Summer Fancy Food Show, held for the first time ever in Washington DC's Walter E. Washington Convention Center. Washington's a new gastronomic capital that caters to embassies and international trade organizations.
  • Events: Reports
    A.B.(March 04, 2011)
    In Washington thirty-five of the most important Venetian prints of the distinguished artists Fabio Mauroner and Emanuele Brugnoli
  • An 'end of the year' message by Italian Ambassador Giulio Terzi di Sant'Agata to all the Italians of America, reviewing a year full of satisfactions that have helped the relations between Italy and the United States to be stronger than ever before. 2010 was also an exceptional year for our language: having become more and more important in schools and universities, as of next September, Italian will once again be one of the Advanced Placement Program subjects.