Eat Amore relies on small artisan food productions located in Sicily. Italian family-run businesses and small enterprises cultivate the earth using old techniques passed on from generations. Our suppliers haven't changed a single recipe from what their ancestors taught and preached them, to secure natural and authentic ingredients on your dining tables


dolcezze di rumia

“Dolcezze di Rumia” established near Messina (Sicily) is a gourmet food producer whom strictly uses Sicilian and natural ingredients. Its delicacies are the result of decades of gastronomic tradition handed down for generations

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frantoio leonardi

Frantoio Leonardi, established in Zafferana (Sicily), is an old oil mill producing PGI certified (protected geographical indication) extra virgin olive oils. Its products are made of the most famous Sicilian olive cultivars

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frantoio saff

Frantoio SAFF, is an old oil mill located near the Madonie Park (Sicily), part of the Unesco Global Park Network. SAFF produces biological extra virgin olive oil and conserves it under liquid nitrogen, to carefully preserves its aroma

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Trimarchi Family

The ancient feud of the Trimarchi family dates back to Northeastern Sicily from the 15th century and it belonged to the Sicilian nobility. Trimarchi produces high quality foods focusing on the genuinity of Sicilian ingredients and family recipes handed over from generations

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Frantoio Sant'Agata

The history of the olive oil mill of Sant’Agata d’Oneglia and the Mela family is inextricably linked to the history of Taggiasca olive trees: a variety which was introduced to the west coast of Liguria by Benedictine monks in 1600

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Pastificio Alfieri

Piedmont, early 70s: a gentleman from Turin, fascinated by the culinary traditions of his wife's family, originally from the area, began to walk through the Langhe and Roero countryside collecting old recipes.

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