Olio Dante S.p.A. will attend the next edition of Tuttofood, the international fair dedicated to food&beverage, held in Milan from 22 to 26 October.

The preparations for the event are already ongoing at Hall 14, Booth D19 E18 E20, where it will be possible to find out all the novelties of the brands guaranteed by the Supreme Poet. There will be, in fact, plenty of Dante branded news: the Flavored Extra Virgin Olive Oils line, the Vinegars range and finally the Sauces and Condiments.

During the year celebrating the 700th anniversary of the death of Dante Alighieri, Olio Dante dedicates a Special Edition label that two products which are Dante olive oil “Il Classico” – n.1 in Italy among the olive oils as single brand (Dati Nielsen FY’20) – and Dante Extra Virgin Olive Oil “100% Italian”, offer on the large-scale retailers for the entire 2021. Framing the QR Code, you can browse the web page dedicated www.oliodante.com/la-poesia-in-tavola and find out more about the peculiar link between Dante Alighieri and the brand.

Olio Dante, in fact, owes its name to the Supreme Poet, author of the Divine Comedy and father of the Italian language. When in 1898 the first oil shipments took place to reach North America, Argentina and Australia, the goal was to bring a piece of Italy on the tables all over the world: so it was that the idea of exporting a product Dante named, to create an immediate and direct link to the Belpaese, was born.

Tuttofood 2021 is for sure the perfect showcase for presenting the new products to the domestic and foreign market, know more about the market trends in a stage that collect the best of the “Made in Italy” agri-food and selected buyers from all over the world.

According to the official estimates, this edition is expected more than 900 exhibitors coming from 30 countries and 1.084 foreign buyers coming from 75 countries.

Nowadays, Olio Dante S.p.A is one of the major olive oil producer on the international scene, with the most important and historical Italian labels: in addition to Dante, Lupi, Olita, OiO, Topazio and Gico.