NEW YORK -- The Italian Trade Commission, with the Italian Ministry for Agricultural Policy, held two tastings and lunches for food writers last month to introduce 50 producers of premium Italian wines and food products to members of the trade in the United States. One tasting and luncheon was given in Dallas on June 18, and the other here three days later. The program, called Naturalmente Italiano, was developed to assist small enterprises in making commercial contacts in the U.S. "Because ...

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