Appointment in October, in Cologne, in the collective of Italian companies.
On display the novelty Dante ConDisano.
Olio Dante takes part in Anuga 2023, the main world Food&Beverage exhibition, which will be held in Cologne from 7 to 11 October. The olive oil company will be present in Hall 7 Stand A011a, as part of the collective of Italian companies, organized by Koelnmesse Italia.
During the event, Olio Dante will launch for foreign markets its new product Dante ConDisano, the condiment which combines taste and well-being: it consists of a blend of vegetable oils and extra virgin olive oil, flavored with Mediterranean herbs and enriched with vitamin D. It is a fresh and lively condiment which enhances any type of dish, thanks to the presence of the Mediterranean herbs aroma. It is ideal both for raw use on salads, vegetables and fish, as well as for all uses in cooking, such as for the preparation of soups and sauces. One tablespoon (15 ml) of Dante ConDisano contains 0.8 μg of Vitamin D (15% of daily NRV – Nutrient Reference Value, 5 μg). The new product is available both in 100% recyclable packaging in PET with the exclusive premium cap/pourer one touch and in glass, in the traditional and unique 1 liter Dante amphora bottle.
In addition to the novelties, it will be possible to learn more about all ranges of Olio Dante products: from traditional olive and extra virgin oils to flavored extra virgin oils, from sauces and condiments, up to the line of vinegars.
In 2023 Olio Dante S.p.A. has decided to choose the world’s most important sector fairs to present its products to foreign buyers. After taking part in Tuttofood in Milan and Thaifex Anuga in Thailand last May, now it’s the turn of Anuga in Germany. In 2021, despite the still ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Anuga attracted 4,443 exhibiting companies from 107 countries on an exhibition area of 244,400 mq.
Today Olio Dante S.p.A. is one of the main producers of edible oils on the international scene, with the most important historical Italian labels: in addition to Dante, Lupi, Olita, OiO, Topazio, GiCo.