Our producers

We are providing Italian products directly from small companies or producers from rural area, what in Italy is called “KM Zero” (Zero kilometers) that means that everything we import is from a high quality and biological production.

The list of our producers is not long, but we select what is the best at the right price


Mokasirs SPA – Pavia – Lombardia region

In 1954, Cavalier Giovanni Migliorini started a small business in Pavia, roasting coffee and selling all sorts of colonial goods. His main aim was to give customers the opportunity to enjoy an excellent cup of coffee at the bar, just as they would at home.

Sweets and cookies:

Fraccaro Spumadoro SPA – Castelfranco Veneto – Veneto region

Fraccaro Spumadoro was set up in 1932, when Elena and Giovanni Fraccaro established a bakery within the town walls of Castelfranco Veneto, thus starting a confectionery tradition with a promising future.

Besides producing good bread, the bakery also gained a reputation for its well-known confectionery specialties. Following the success of the first bakery, shortly after the war, a second bakery was opened in Borgo Pieve. It specialized in the production of fragrant focaccias (flat breads), panettones and plum cakes.

Olive Oil, vegetables in olive oil and tomato sauce:

Miliarium snc – Cerignola – Puglia region

Miliarium is a small company located in Puglia region they produce high quality olive oil (DOP, DOC) and around 30 different vegetables under olive oil.

They are famous for the Olive di Cerignola, big olives from the region. Another speciality is the tomato sauce, that is stored only in glass jar and contains only oil, tomato sauce, and salt.

Olive oil, Taggiasche olives, Pesto sauce:

Frantoio Sant’Agata D’Oneglia – Imperia – Liguria region

Passion, tradition and Love of out country and its variety of products. These factors have been motivating us since 1827 at the Sant’ Agata d’Oneglia oil mill. 

The history of the olive oil mill of Sant’Agata d’Oneglia and the Mela family is inextricably linked to the history of Taggiasca olive trees: a variety which was introduced to the west coast of Liguria by Benedictine monks in 1600.

In 1827, the Mela family – one of the oldest families in Sant’Agata d’Oneglia – began to dedicate themselves to the production of extra virgin olive oil, pressing the sweet, tasty Taggiasca olives with the help of the village’s small stone press, which was operated by expending great physical effort.

Nowadays, this type of press has been replaced by new technology and more modern methods of production, which are able to ensure the quality and authenticity that customers look for and appreciate.

Flour and grain products:

Mulino Caputo – Napoli – Campania region

Since 1924, they have ground wheat with generosity and passion so as offer professionals and baking connoisseurs the very best in quality flour, produced with great respect for the raw ingredients and traditions.

Authority, spontaneity and tradition. The flour art of Caputo is born from these three values. Thanks to the experience developed over three generations as Master Neapolitan Millers they guarantee extremely high standards of quality so that the expert restaurateurs and … artisans could express their creativity in the best possible way.