(ANSA) – BARI, 08 JUL – Granoro, an Apulian pasta factory active in the production of dry durum wheat semolina pasta, has been included in the register of historical brands of national interest. It is an institutional tool created by the Ministry of Economic Development to protect the industrial property of historic Italian companies. Companies traditionally linked to the territory that have registered the trademark for at least 50 years, or for which it is possible to demonstrate the continuous use of the trademark in association with their products or services for the same period, can access recognition.
“We are proud to have achieved this prestigious recognition – declares Marina Mastromauro, CEO of Granoro – which rewards the efforts of my father and my mother, as well as those of our large extended family made up of all our collaborators, guardians of the love for pasta “.
The company was founded in 1967 by Attilio Mastromauro, descendant of an ancient family of pasta makers, and his wife Chiara. In 2012 Granoro promoted a supply chain project for the enhancement and sustainability of high quality durum wheat in the area for the production of 100% Puglia pasta.
The Granoro “Dedicated” project today brings together about 350 cereal companies, two storage companies and a mill, all of which are located in Puglia. (HANDLE).
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