"Sexy Food" is coming soon to Antigua
The Italian tradition is coming soon to the Caribbean for its first time
For over twenty years we have been working in the field of food processing through a series of unique patented plants in the world. At Arredo Inox, we do not only produce machines, but we also take care of our customers’ ideas and innovation. In the last few days, we had the honor to host a famous chef, David Horsman. The event was organised by the Arredo Inox team of professionals led by Dr. Alessandro Cuomo and composed by Michael Tesser, export manager, and Dr. Antonio Vrenno-Alfì, responsible for sales & marketing.
There was great enthusiasm and attention from the guest for the innovative method and patented system for maturing meat, salumi and fish. What makes special the patented method and the machines is simply the result. The products made with patented machines Alessandro Cuomo Brevetti and of which Arredo Inox holds the licence are, in fact, compatible with all the norms and directives in force in many countries all around the world, including the Caribbean. The transformation of meat and cured salumi in the machines that use this method guarantees the application of a traditional conservation method that conserves and even enhances the organoleptic features of raw materials. David agrees totally with Alessandro’s vision, which is: "to protect and promote the production and consumption of typical and traditional Italian style and non Italian style foods".
David had the opportunity to visit some farmers and shepherds in Sila, the mountainous plateau located in Calabria, as well as he visited our factory where the machines are built and some foods are transformed. He saw the entire food process from the beginning to the end. Now he wants apply the same principles for his own new business in Antigua, producing fresh beacon, sausages and prosciutto for hotel resorts as he feels confident with food tourism and the idea of “Sexy Food”.