Over the years the Italian Trade Commission has published and distributed in the United States many books and brochures aimed to educate the public on the foods and wines of Italy. A selection of the most popular and requested titles has been made available in this section for your convenience as printable PDF files. Please note that some publications are no longer available in print and therefore may contain outdated information. For the latest news and data on a specifc Italian product, please refer to the appropriate section in the website.
Unioncamere Lazio and Rome Chamber of Commerce produced a directory of participating companies and the products being presented at this year's Fancy Food Show in Washington DC .
WSWA Convention- Wines of Italy Pavilion Catalogue
Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas NV April 2- 5 , 2012Download Now
Exhibitor Directory Winter Fancy Food Show January 14 -17thDownload Now
Italian Trade Commission Exhibitors' Directory for the 2011 Summer International Fancy Food and Confection ShowDownload Now
"WINE TELLS THE HISTORY OF ITALY " seminar series presented by the Italian Trade Commission at VINEXPO, Bordeaux, France this June 19-26th 2011.Download Now
Enjoy the sweeter side of Italian cuisine, with an overview of Italy’s many pastries, biscuits, cakes and cookies. From panettone, colomba, pandorini, to chocolates, cookies and amaretti, this booklet reveals the history and culture of Italian life that has become popularly known as Dolce Italia.Download Now
This guide offers an introduction to the history, curiosities and recipes behind the "Queen of Italian cookery": pasta. This booklet describes the numerous shapes and forms of pasta such as penne, farfalle, fusilli and linguine, offering suggestions on how to prepare them according to typical Italian traditions.Download Now
Follow author Rotraud Michael-Degner on a gastronomic tour of the most loved and world renowned Italian cheeses. Discover the history behind these culinary treasures, their making process and the laws that safeguard their authenticity and originality. This book also provides the reader with recipe ideas for creating traditional Italian appetizers, main courses and desserts with suggestions on cheese etiquette, such as pairing with wine and cutting techniques.Download Now
This guide provides an overview of the many cheeses of Italy and the various occasions when they are used. Due to the variations in climate and geography as well as culture, Italy offers over 400 different cheeses, made from the milk of cows, sheep, goats and even water buffalo. The booklet highlights ten genuine Italian cheeses that can be found in many stores throughout the United States, explaining why the quality of the authentic product cannot be imitated. It concludes with recipe ideas for creating traditional Italian dishes.Download Now
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