06-Nov-17 14:28 - By Giulia Lombardo
Smartphone app spots fakes
A new smartphone app is going to protect made in Italy products by helping consumers spot the difference between genuine Italian products and foreign fakes. The app was created by non-profit organisation Reliabitaly and it can be used in Italy or abroad giving also information on how the item was made. Reliability has committed to reinvest 100 percent of revenues in the promotion of authentic made in Italy products, its aim being to combat fake Made in Italy. The app uses bar codes to determine whether a product has been verified by them as being of Italian origin. When users scan the item they also get more information about its production methods, including photos, videos and technical details.
06-Nov-17 14:25 - By Giulia Lombardo
World Pasta Day
The 25 October is the World Pasta Day. This year the event reached Its 19th edition and took place in São Paulo, in Brazil, a country where pasta consumption is rapidly growing. The World Pasta Day was participated in by 250 representatives, pasta producers, institutions, scientists, journalists and food opinion leaders.
06-Nov-17 14:24 - By Giulia Lombardo
Italy's salary gap between men and women is the lowest in the EU
Italy's salary gap between men and women is the lowest in the EU. It was revealed by Eurostat Publication “The life of women and men in Europe – a statistical portrait aimed at comparing women and men in their daily lives. It said that in 2015 women's average gross per-hour earnings were 16.3% lower for the EU as a hole. In Italy it was only 5.5% making it the lowest alongside that of Luxembourg.