Eataly Producers



We're proud to work with producers who share our passion for making the highest-quality ingredients accessible to everyone, helping us deliver the highest-quality truffles, sustainable caviar, chocolate and beyond.

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Urbani Truffles is the world’s most esteemed distributor of truffles. Hunted in the forests of central and northern Italy, the truffle boasts earthy aromas and deep flavors.


At Eataly, we source caviar from Calvisius, a northern Italian caviar farm that specializes in sustainable production. Situated between Venezia and Milano, the farm produces 20 tons of caviar per year from endangered sturgeons by using methods that support the survival of the species.

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A third-generation butcher, Pat LaFrieda sources Eataly’s meat from sustainable farms where the animals graze in open pastures and are humanely handled. His signature cuts are celebrated across his hometown of New York and beyond.

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The Wagyu Shop™ started in 2007 as a purveyor of Japanese Wagyu for top restaurants across the United States. Today, it has expanded into the premier source of Wagyu for restaurants and consumers alike.

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In 1878, Silvano Venchi developed the same recipes for artisanal chocolates used today. He aimed to create an extraordinary experience using only the finest natural ingredients, such as cocoa, vanilla, and the famous Piemontese IGP hazelnut.

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Throughout the years, VIETRI's focus has been to celebrate the simple act of sharing a meal with family and friends. Inspired by the Italian lifestyle, VIETRI encourages savoring one another's company, and keeping sacred the time spent around the table.

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After over 100 years, Berkel still means perfection, reliability, innovation, and durability. Berkel's electric slicers, knives, and more feature modern lines, reduced dimensions, and bright colors — the distinctive features of the innovative Berkel design.


Our commitment to offering high-quality Italian products would not be possible without our partners, who offer authentic ingredients that represent the best of Italian cuisine. We highly value the hard work and dedication of our producer partners in crafting exceptional products with utmost care and passion.

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Since 1848, Afeltra has crafted its celebrated pasta in Gragnano, Campania. Following tradition, the pastificio uses water from Monti Lattari, extrudes the pasta through a bronze dye, and air dries each shape in the Mediterranean breeze.

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Known as the "King of Cheese," Parmigiano Reggiano DOP is produced exclusively in select regions of Emilia-Romagna and Mantova with milk from cows that feed on locally grown forage.

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Made according to a centuries-old recipe in the Po River Valley in Northern Italy, Grana Padano DOP is the best-selling DOP cheese and a staple in Italian cuisine. Aged between 9-24+ months, it boasts a grainy structure and nutty flavor.

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Since 1899, the Mutti family has shared their passion for everything that goes into their 100% highest quality Italian tomatoes – the sun, soil, rain, and heart of their people in Parma, Italy.

Agriform logo

From the Heart of Europe, AOPAgriform produces PDO cheeses: Grana Padano, Parmigiano Reggiano, Asiago, Piave, and Montasio from selected dairy partners, made using milk collected by thousands of member farmers.

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Meaning “as they are,” Così Com’è tomatoes are carefully sowed, pollinated by bumble bees, hand-harvested at their peak, and jarred within only a few hours, resulting in pure tomato preserves that taste off-the-vine fresh!

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Since 1956, Mulino Marino has been milling organic stoneground flour in the heart of the Langhe valley in Piemonte. Using stone mills and Italian grains, they produce high-quality flour, which Eataly uses every day to bake fresh bread.

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In 1890, Giuseppe Boeri rented a communal olive oil mill in the hills of Liguria to press local Taggiasca olives. Over 100 years later, the Boeri family continues to use a traditional stone press for Roi’s sustainable olive oil, pesto, and more.

Acetomodena produces authentic balsamic vinegar following the age-old traditions of Emilia-Romagna. Each product in the line is made with the highest quality grapes, ensuring a delicious condiment.

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Beginning with Luigi Lavazza in 1895, four generations of the Lavazza family have devoted themselves to sharing the authentic Italian coffee experience. The range of high-quality specialty blends is well suited for both drip coffee and espresso.

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In 1925 Alfons Loacker, a trained confectioner from Austria opened his small pastry shop in Bolzano. With the expertise of three generations of a family-run business, today Loacker Chocolate and Wafers are famous around the world.