Italy's struggle to free itself from mafia influence has produced one of the more unique labels currently employed in the grocery industry. The Libera Terra, or “free land,” label denotes products that are produced on properties seized from the mafia and now used for “socially useful purposes,” such as growing food. The land is cultivated under the guidance of a cooperative in regions like Sicily, Puglia and Calabria. There's a wide range of goods on the market, including pasta, nuts and ...

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