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Eataly World: Bringing Production to Consumers

There is little doubt that increasing numbers of consumers around the world are showing enthusiastic interest for Italian food. Ingredients and dishes are featured in stores and restaurants, while home cooks familiarize themselves with regional traditions and culinary techniques. The 2015 Milano Expo reinforced the prominence of Italian gastronomy, stimulating producers, exporters, chefs, and even […]

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Eataly Is Basically Launching Its Own City; Here’s What to Expect

The massive complex, which is tentatively scheduled to open in the second half of 2017, will create 3,000 jobs and is expected to draw six million visitors a year, according to a Thursday announcement. More than 2,000 companies will participate in the project in various capacities, including 40 on-site shops “representing top Italian producers” and […]

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Eataly Fined by Italian Authorities Over Wine Label Fraud

Uh oh: Eataly has reportedly been slapped with a fine by Italian authorities after mislabeling bottles of wine it sold in the country. According to Italian site Il Fatto Quotidiano, Eataly has been fined $50,000 Euros by the country’s Antitrust Authority after it produced and sold wines with the country’s “Free Wine” label, which is meant to signify a […]

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Batali and Bastianich to Open Eataly Chicago Next Year

From Eater: Mario Batali and Joe Bastianichare signing a lease today on a 60,000-square-foot space on Ohio Street in Chicago for their next Eataly outpost.According to The New York Times, this second US location of the Italian-imported mega-market will open in September 2013 and cost about $20 million. Expect, among other things, a sausage-centric restaurant, “in homage to the Eastern European […]

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