True Italian Taste - Italian Mozzarella Recipe

09 Settembre 2020

Dear Members and Fiends,

The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce promotes authentic Italian agricultural food & wine products through the “True Italian Taste” project, focused on safeguarding the Made in Italy and hamper the spread of the Italian sounding phenomenon.

The CICC aims at raising awareness of the authentic Italian Food & Wine products among Chinese consumers, in contrast to those which seem Italian but in reality, are not.

Specific labels (PDO – Protected Designation of Origin, PGI – Protected Geographical Indication) have been settled to identify those agricultural food products which result from a unique combination of specific environmental conditions and human factors of a certain geographic area. Behind these labels there are specific quality norms that protect consumers, certifying the quality and uniqueness of the products. In order to promote authentic Italian products, CICC produced some videos we are glad to share with you.

In this Episode, we talk about Mozzarella, a true treasure of Mediterranean cuisine, third most exported Italian kind of cheese and also one of the most appreciated appetizers of Italian tables. The history of mozzarella goes back very far History, being already quoted by the ancient roman author Pliny the Elder in his Naturalis Historia In the first century AD, we have certain proves of chains of production of mozzarella in the southern and central  Italy since the 14th and 15th century.

There are different types of Mozzarella, in this Video we are going to discover the classic “Fiordilatte”, made of Cow Milk, Mozzarella di Bufala, a more sapid version made of Buffalo milk and Scamorza, a smoked version of Mozzarella.

Kind Regards,



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