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Feedback from Aldo's customers

Today I've decided to start to talk to you all in a different way, while until now I have chosen to tell you of the experiences of my flavourful shop, from today, sometimes my customers will give you some pointers, suggestions, or just to tell you of little anecdotes. This morning, as every day, a university student who lives close by came past the shop to buy some ham and, as always, we had a chat and she told me of a great evening that she organised with her housemates and lots of other friends on Saturday night.

"The shopping I did was exceptional, without spending a lot, and with a little imagination and above all with your advice, we set a table to remember. First of all, we made the famous Italian antipasto with all of the tasty cold cuts and many types of bread. Then we prepared two different first courses, Amatriciana and Carbonara... Everyone cleared their plates, it was a great success. Then, as you suggested, we went to Elena and Luigi's shop and we chose our desert wine and a few biscuits."

Suggestions by Aldo: pizza bread with mortadella

Welcome, everyone! Today I'm here to tell you about one of my biggest passions, Italian food... I know, my body doesn't keep that secret very well, but I'm here to tell you that having a plate of Italian food in front of you is a real pleasure both for one's eyes and for the spirit. The delicatessen is my kingdom and that it becomes for everyone who visits to try my delicacies. I can't stress enough the importance of my products all being local to the area, all cold-cuts are packaged by certified companies; bringing Italy to the table is my joyous mission.

My customers can take an Italian holiday through the flavours of our regions without moving from their own homes. Anyone can take advantage of my sound advice whenever needed by visiting passioneitaliana.com and opening the chat. Know that the true Italian flavours can be found even in the most simple things, such as a panino, and so today I would like to suggest a typical Italian snack from Rome: pizza bread with Mortadella di Bologna. It's taste is unique and inimitable if, and only if, the ingredients are of top quality. Let me paint you a picture: lunch break, nice stroll, bench, sun and tranquillity, “a quarter of pizza with Mortadella di Bologna” (as the Romans say) and a glass of light and fruity Italian white wine... a day like this is like no other. And you have Aldo's word.