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  • Italy Runs 2
    Chairman of the NYRR Board of Directors George Hirsch, NYRR Vice President Sarah Cummins, Deputy Consul Isabella Periotto and Consul General Francesco Genuardi
    The long-awaited "Italy Run by Ferrero" was presented at the New York Road Runners Center, which will see on Sunday, June 3rd 11,000 people bringing a touch of (tri)color to the heart of the Big Apple
  • Facts & Stories
    A. F.(January 17, 2018)
    Italy's brand Ferrero continues expanding aggressively, and has now closed a $2.8-billion deal for Nestle's US confectionary business, becoming the third biggest chocolate producer and confectionery company in the world.
  • In light of the major backlash caused by her statements during a live interview, French Minister Ségolène Royal publically apologizes for her attack on Nutella, in which she urged people to boycott the Italian product on the –inaccurate – basis of it being harmful for the environment and causing deforestation for the production of palm oil.
  • Join Eataly's Nutella Bar at its permanent location on 23rd Street , May 27th at 5 p.m., and if you're one of the first 300 guests, you'll receive a special Nutella treat! The hazelnut and chocolate cream by Ferrero that seduced the entire world has again a bar of its very own at Eataly New York!
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Giulia Madron(May 13, 2014)
    May 12th 2014-The Nutella Store opened its doors at Eataly in New York City. Stay tuned on i-ItalyTV for our video-story. The exclusive space dedicated by EatalyNY to Nutella was filled to the brim!
  • The Italian Trade Commission and the Italian Wine & Food Institute organized a day-long tasting of delicious whites, rosés and sparkling wines (Prosecco, Moscato and Brachetto) for the press and insiders of the wine business promoting light and crisp wines that will cool down any hot summer day.
  • This year’s celebration of the Feast of the Republic in Newark constituted the occasion for the Italian and Italian-American community in New Jersey to wish farewell to Consul General of Italy in Newark Andrea Barbaria. After four years of service in Newark, Barbaria has been assigned to the Mission of Italy in Tehran, Iran.

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