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  • Photo Credit: Jason Isolini/Via National Italian American Foundation
    NIAF’s annual spring gala was held at Cipriani 42nd Street this year celebrating the success of Italians and Italian Americans alike. Honorees include: Giovanni Colavita, Vincent Tizzio, Joseph Fichera, and Ron Lo Russo.
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    L. A.(October 29, 2014)
    Prize trip to America for the employees of the Italian company that was established in 1938 by the Colavita family in the small region of Molise. Forty years later Colavita found in the US a commercial partner and together they affirmed their presence all over the world. As a big family. We visited them at the Colavita plant in Linden, NJ. A trip into the secret the American Business Administration Schools haven’t yet discovered
  • Three generations of the Colavita family celebrated the company's 75th anniversary at Caterina de' Medici restaurant, located in the Colavita Center For Italian Food and Wine on campus at the Culinary Institute of America (CIA). They were the first to bring Italian extra virgin olive oil on the American tables and now they are launching a wine line. STAY TUNED FOR OUR SPECIAL VIDEO ON I-ITALY|TV
  • Colavita, a world renown Italian food brand promotes healthy lifestyle not just by providing nutritious food to the world. With the creation and quick growth of a cycling team called “Team Colavita” they aim to spread the concept of healthy living. "Team Colavita" started as a small initiative and in 12 years expanded quickly all over the US in a very successful sport and marketing project for amateur and professional men and women cycling teams.
  • It’s a party. Colavita opens a new branch in New Jersey. From a town of 250, a family firm with its own brand now reaches 70 countries worldwide. In the U.S., the CEO is the young Giovanni Colavita who proudly led us through the new facility. The ribbon cutting ceremony was attended by the mayor of Edison along with representatives of the consular institutions of New York and New Jersey.