Food Factory

Food Factory Experiences


A diversified, original tourist proposal that does not limit itself to highlighting each region’s scenic and architectural beauty, but tries to deeply access its intrinsic characteristics. Food Factory Experiences is a new concept that combines tours in a city with guided tours of local businesses renowned for their culinary. This will provide a more direct contact with the most famous producers in our country, discovering their working methods and thus exploring the origin of many dishes and ingredients known worldwide. Made in Italy products represent excellence, such as Parmigiano Reggiano, the largest producers of pasta, the dairy companies active in the production of buffalo mozzarella, the balsamic vinegar of Modena, and the Parma ham.

Trademarks admired all over the world can be discovered and closely seen within Food Factory Experiences, with guided tours of the most famous food factories in Italy. There are many companies scattered throughout the country involved in the food industry including its production and processing; businesses that over time have transformed their labor into a symbol real excellence, recognized by international acronyms such as DOP, DOC, IGP, IGT. Behind these symbols, there are hidden products of exceptional quality. Italy, on the other hand, is the country of great food; gracefully envied by the entire world.

The Italy I Love You proposal is to bring to life a different concept of traveling, aligned with a more experiential tourism based on a subjective approach. Guided tours in prestigious factories that reflect the very best of Italian gastronomy. Completely different from wine and gastronomic tours, the Food Factory experience makes it worth a visit to the production site that represents the top of Made in Italy: everything to be combined with particular visits to the business location or factory to explore its core essence. This is a simple and yet effective way to be exposed to the manufacturing and production sector in our country, and to closely learn the mechanisms that regulate it.