In the Akmola Region (Kazakhstan), the erection of the durum wheat milling plant with a capacity of 200T/24H proceeds. It’s a project designed and built by Ocrim for the LLC Agrimer-Astyk company, belonging to the Kazakh Agromean group. The commissioning is scheduled for May.Read more
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Happy birthday Ocrim! From the immediate post-war period to today: the most important stages in the evolution of Ocrim and the imprint left by five authoritative and unforgettable characters who made Ocrim history. Tribute to Guido, Luigi, Fausta Grassi, Giuseppe Spinelli and Primo Antolini.Read more
The consumption habits of Italians are increasingly oriented towards the purchase of Made in Italy products, preferably with the PDO, PGI and DOC brands. The new trend in nutraceutical identifies food as a preventive tool for health. Yes, eating pasta for dinner is good for well-being.Read more
The return of the TV advertising campaign signed “Le Stagioni d’Italia”. Through the spectacular aerial shots of Jolanda di Savoia (Ferrara, Italy) and Cortona (Arezzo, Italy) estates, the brand returns on air to present the striped penne, produced with Senatore Cappelli wheat. A Unique specialty that the great Italian agriculture has been able to create and preserve.Read more
The real flagship project of the company. In over 50 years Ocrim Milling Technology School has become an international reference point for the training of expert specialists. It represents one of the company’s main Customer Experience activities, a tool for spreading an innovative and sustainable cultural model.
The business of Mafia in the agri-food sector, called “Agromafia”, is worryingly growing. This is what emerges from the “6th Agromafie Report 2018” presented on February 14 by Coldiretti, Eurispes and Observatory of Crime in Agriculture and the Food Chain. During the meeting, the main initiatives, to protect Made in Italy and consumer health, were proposed to counter fraud and counterfeiting.
The state of the art of digitalisation in the Italian agri-food supply chain was presented a few days ago thanks to the annual survey of the Smart Agri-food Observatory of the School of Management of Politecnico di Milano in collaboration with the University of Brescia.