We are a Group of local Agrifood Firms, with similar values, that want to show the endless enogastronomic culture of its own region: The Marche.
The common mission is the search for the quality, exhalting traditional
recipes and tastes. It gives tot the customer a complete range of dishes,
from appetizers to dessert, wisely combined with the best local wines.
Madeinmarche Food & Beverage means also punctuality and accuracy
in accordance with the agreements made with the customer.
This is the foundation for every future cooperation.
Take a sit with us at MadeinMarche Food & beverage table and enjoy our products!
Search for the quality but also the attention to customer requests, these are the reasons that move our firms to adopt international product standards..
Almost every passage “from farm to fork” is certified.
The exclusive use of local raw materials is tested by strict internal
disciplinaries. Production processes are evaluated by ISO and similar.
Each firm has a specific line of products, marked with Organic, Halal, Qm,
Spiga Barrata certification.
Look at the list of our certifications below:
Sole e Bontà: BIO, QM
Colonnara: ISO CSQA, BIO, DOC, IGT
Salumificio di Genga: Spiga Barrata
Oleificio Oro Antico: ISO CSQA, 100% qualità italiana
SOLE E BONTÀ
Via Giuseppe Abbruzzetti 6
60035 Jesi (AN-IT)
+39 0731 211006
The Gastreghini family has been in the food business since they opened their first bakery in 1958. In 1991,they launched Spegam supporting Mauro Grilli’s idea.
The company’s mission is to provide superior quality to new eating habits. It starts with the selection of ingredients ( local, wholesome: free of GMO, preservatives, dyes, hydrogenated fats) and includes the production process (mostly handmade) and the packaging (all single portions are packed in CPET, suitable for regenerating the product). Today the company has a wide range of main dishes (meat, fish, fresh pasta) and side dishes.
The product line changes every year, by adding innovative dishes to follow new trends and traditional recipes typical of the Marche region. Our company motto is “Craftmanship in food”.
Via Mandriole 6
60034 Cupramontana (AN) - IT
Colonnara is a cooperative that, since 1959, devoted himself with passion and skill to the production and development of the Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi DOC. The winery is in fact the symbol of the Verdicchio’s versatility, and the combination of tradition and innovation, as evidenced since 1985 by the Cuprese Verdicchio and the red Tornamagno.
Thanks to Colonnara was born Verdicchio Spumante; starting in the ‘70s with Martinotti method and then, from 1980, with the classic method. Colonnara gains considerable recognition in this field up to the Ubaldo Rosi’s award as Third Best Sparkling Wine of Italy 2013. The passion for wine in Colonnara starts from the vineyard and is savored in the bottle due to different processes: from the young to the aged wines, from september vintages to late ones, from passages in barriques to the aging in bottle.
The philosophy that guides Colonnara is quality and purity, in order to ensure genuine and traditional flavors on our tables.
SALUMIFICIO DI GENGA
Via Meleto, 19/B
60040 Genga (AN) - IT
Our firm is located in Genga, in the Marche’s heart, included in the Gola della Rossa Natural Park; a landscape of rare beauty with the presence of an extraordinary natural sight: the Frasassi’s caves.
Our factory is on market since the early 70’s. It was born in a rural context, where farmer and product processer were the same person. This union is still kept: we believe that is the best foundation of a quality product. During the years we have had the strong will of keep jealously tradition and quality, searching in the rural origins the recipes, in order to preserve unchanged the tastes and flavors of past times.
OLEIFICIO F.LLI MOSCI
Via Montelatiere, 32
60030 San Marcello (An)
L'oleificio “Mosci” nasce nel 1980 quando i fratelli Amato e Maurizio decidono di acquisire l'attività del molino al centro del paese di S. Marcello.
The “Oleificio F.lli Mosci” was born in 1980, when the brothers Amato and Maurizio Mosci decided to acquire the business of an ancient olive mill in the centre of S.Marcello’s castle.
Founders transmit their skills and the love for this art to their children, that, in 1995, decided to build a modern plant, modern also in terms of technical and sanitary quality. The new mill was built near to the agricultural activities practiced by the firm, surrounded by the green countryside of S. Marcello. Since 1980 there has been a great development, thanks to the constant search of new technologies and production processes, in order to ensure a low acidity product and the maintenance of organoleptic characteristics of local olives. “L’Oro Antico”, the oil produced and distributed by Oleificio F.lli Mosci, reaches nowadays a national reputation, witnessed by awards, prizes and special mention.
Marche is the only italian region with the name in the plural form, maybe for the great variety of landscapes, from snow mountains to the “velluto” beaches of the adriatic sea.
Or maybe for the wide range of local dialects, folk’s traditions
and food, of course.
The main character common all over the country is the calm laboriusness,
derived from the peasant tradition.
Marche’s people work with seriousness, searching the maximum quality,
from the art to the kitchen!
Marche: a territory with infinite potential, mostly undiscovered,
that pleasant surprises around every corner.
Marches is the only region in Italy with the name in the plural form, symbolizing the great variety of the land. Marches hills extend from the Apennines to the Adriatic Sea towards harmonic valleys which are mostly parallel.
On the hills there are castles and walled cities of ancient traditions. All communities jealously guard their history and their past and all have a figure to be remembered as a great protagonist of the art or the history. Rossini and Pergolesi, Spontini , Leopardi, Bartolini and Cecco d'Ascoli, Raphael and Bramante, Federico II di Svevia, Sixtus V and Pius IX are only some of the members of this illustrious family: all sons of a unique and multifaceted land, yet humble and strong, sincere and generous. The typical silence or the reluctance of the Marches people are not synonymous of fear, but awareness of the need of working with seriousness in order to affirm the quality of their work.
The Vallesina is the valley formed by the river Esino, just up the middle of the Marches. Near this historical way of communication between the Adriatic sea and central Italy, you can found medieval towns, castles, abbeys and natural sights.
All this heritage is a natural source of inspiration for our firms. In order to respect the beautiful landscape that is around us, we take the way of organic food and sustainability. So acting we preserve the real Italy's richness.
Despite its 40.000 inhabitants, the town of Jesi has a crucial economic, historical and cultural importance in the Marches region. In past centuries its wealth came from the fertility of the surrounding rural land. Many firms in the area have still strong relationships with agricultural activities.
Founded by italic population of Umbri, later Roman colony (Aesis was the Latin name), the town grew in Middle Age, reaching its climax when the fabled Hohenstaufen emperor Frederick II was born in a tent raised in the cathedral square (1194).
The 14th century city walls, the Renaissance Signoria Palace, designed by the militar architect Francesco di Giorgio Martini, the Pianetti Palace, with its beautiful collection of Lorenzo Lotto paintings, the Pergolesi Theatre, are only few examples of the sights that the town offers to the visitor. Try to explore the dedalus of small streets in the old town centre and undoubtely you can feel how would be the life of a medieval jesino.
In the late Middle Age, the libero comune (municipality) of Jesi stated to build a series of castles on the surrounding hilltops, in order to protect itself from the frequent raids brought by the enemy neighboring towns. This castles soon grew in population and wealth thanks to their vineyards, that still produce the renowned Verdicchio wine.
Cupramontana is a good example of castle & wine combination. Everything talks about the “sacre” grapes, starting from the name of the town itself: Cupra was a pre-roman goddes of fertility, and a very important temple linked to her worship was located near the modern town centre; then the benedectine hermitages, where monks restored the cultivation of the vine; the public winery and finally the International Museum of Wine Label, both placed in XVIII century Leoni Palace.
San Marcello is another type of Jesi's castle. Its beautiful position over a gentle hill not far from Adriatic sea, determines a warm, typical mediterranean climate, right for the olive tree cultivation. It origines from a group of 136 jesini that populated the castle (well-preserved the walls) in 1234. During the centuries it gets a large degree of autonomy from Jesi, witnessed by the remarkable Renaissance City Palace (also known as Marcelli Palace) and by the Theatre, a true “sweet-box” of XIX century.
The place where lies Genga is very different from the hilly landscape common to large part of the Marches. Imagine a tremendous gorge, created by the ceaseless work of rushing water, and, at the end, a quiet valley surrounded by high mountains still full of forests.
In this wild scenario the traditional economy is obviously concentrated on wood products and breeding, especially of pigs.
Despite of the soil's poorness and the isolation, the area is rich of historical and artistic monuments.
The town of Genga, of medieval aspect, takes pride of being the birthplace of Pope Leo XII. Some of his memories are exposed in San Clemente church, now museum. At the beginning of the Frasassi (literally: between stones) gorge lies the ancient abbey of San Vittore alle chiuse, a gemstone of Romanesque architecture.
But the far most outstanding monument in the neighborhood was designed by nature. Rain water, dripping on the stonewalls of some local caves, created an incredible amount of stalagmites and stalactites, of every dimensions and shapes. When the caves were discovered, in early '70s, the speleologists thought of being in a fairytale land. The Frasassi Caves soon became one of the most visited natural curiosities in Italy.