Umberto Muó
Sluggish Growth: Snail Farming Is a Fast Growing Business

As it turns out, snails aren’t just for Chablis anymore.

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Back in Black: The Return and Rise of the Nero di Parma Pig

Its aptitude for wild breeding in the Apennines southwest of Parma, and its preference for free-range grazing unhampered by the stresses of fixed housing, make it almost unique among swine.

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Diego Morengo: Boia Faüss’s Brewmaster of Barolo

Today, the Boia Faüss microbrewery serves out about 200 hectoliters of beer per year, drawing on self-produced raw materials, giving them typically Teutonic imprints and Anglo-Saxon aspects.

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