The name Rizzoli Emanuelli conjures up images of a family that has always loved the sea. The origins of its maritime devotion lie all of the way back in 1898, when Luigi Rizzoli founded the first anchovy filleting and packaging company in Turin.
The location in Turin was not chosen at random. The city had been a traditional fish processing centre for more than 100 years due to its exceptional position on one of the branches of the old salt road between the transalpine markets and the port of Genoa, which was an important fish trading town and one of the main destinations for goods from the East.
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