Underscoring

Excellence

What makes the Distretto del Cibo del Chierese-Carmagnolese stand out is its wealth of products. These foods often make out a fool meal, from appetisers to desserts.

The Distretto del Cibo del Chierese-Carmagnolese was created to shine a light and support local businesses in the area and all those who gravitate around them.

The Distretto del Cibo del Chierese-Carmagnolese is committed to promoting and supporting local fairs and events. 

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Who we are

How the Distretto del Cibo was born

 

The Distretto del Cibo del Chierese-Carmagnolese was created as a joint venture along with different entities. Those who took part in the project were: local administrations, producer associations, workers in the agricultural sector, professional associations, educational and cultural institutions in the area of the Distretto del Cibo del Chierese-Carmagnolese.

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The first Distretto del Cibo in the Piedmont region was born following the signing of a deal on the 31st of May 2022. But the Distretto del Cibo del Chierese-Carmagnolese’s story starts in the early 2000s with the definition of typical products from the area of Turin and the creation of the network of “Strade dei Colori e dei Sapori”, which underlines the area’s typical products. 

A process which begun 20 years ago and that today is ready to grow

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In evidenza

Brigna Purin-a: Pavarolo promotes its traditional local product

The Arignano Wheat Festival Celebrates the Harvest

The 26th annual Black Cherry Festival

The ancient tradition of the Cherry Festival in Pecetto

Spring Festival in Pralormo

Asparagus and Technology for World Bee Day

“Di Freisa in Freisa” 2024: bike tours and typical dishes

91st edition of the Asparisagra in Santena

Flowers & Wine 2024, from May 11th to May 12th

67th Edition of the Asparagus and Tench Fair in Poirino