Agriculture and farming in Italy

Italy

Number of agricultural advertisements in Italy:12 ads
Number of agricultural events in Italy:6568 events
Number of agricultural companies in Italy:57596 companies



Agriculture in Italy

Italy is a country located in southern Europe. It covers an area of 301,340 square kilometers and has a population of about 60 million people. The capital city of Italy is Rome. Other major cities include Florence, Venice, Milan, and Naples. Italy has a Mediterranean climate with warm, dry summers and cool, wet winters. The country is known for its beautiful scenery, its tasty food, and its many historical and cultural sights. Some of the most popular tourist destinations in Italy include the city of Rome, the beaches of the Italian Riviera, the vineyards of Tuscany, and the canals of Venice. Italy is a founding member of the European Union and is a member of the Eurozone. The official language of Italy is Italian. Italy is a country located in southern Europe. It covers an area of 301,340 square kilometers and has a population of about 60 million people. The capital city of Italy is Rome. Other major cities include Florence, Venice, Milan, and Naples. Italy has a Mediterranean climate with warm, dry summers and cool, wet winters. The country is known for its beautiful scenery, its tasty food, and its many historical and cultural sights. Some of the most popular tourist destinations in Italy include the city of Rome, the beaches of the Italian Riviera, the vineyards of Tuscany, and the canals of Venice. Italy is a founding member of the European Union, the Eurozone, the OECD, the G7 and the G20. Italy is a unitary parliamentary republic in Southern Europe, bordering several neighboring countries to the north and consisting of the entire Italian peninsula south of the Alps. With around 60 million inhabitants, it is the third-most populous member state of the European Union. Italy's capital, Rome, is also the seat of the European Parliament. The Apennine Mountains form the backbone of Italy, and much of the country's terrain is hilly or mountainous. The Alps, a mountainous region that runs along Italy's northern border, are one of the most prominent features of the country. Italy also has several islands, including Sicily and Sardinia. The climate in Italy varies depending on the region. Generally, the northern part of the country has a cooler climate than the south. Italy is home to a variety of different landscapes and natural features. The Alps, for instance, are a major mountain range that runs through the north of the country. Meanwhile, the Apennine Mountains form the backbone of Italy and much of the terrain is hilly or mountainous. Italy also has several islands, including Sicily and Sardinia. The coastline of Italy is also quite varied. The northern coast is known for its rocky shores, while the southern coast has many sandy beaches. The island of Sicily also has a varied coastline, with both sandy and rocky shores. There are many different types of vegetation in Italy, depending on the climate and terrain. In the north, for instance, there are forests of evergreen trees, while the south has more deciduous trees. The Alps are home to forests of coniferous trees, such as pine and fir. Italy also has many olive trees, which are found in both the north and the south. Italy has a diversified economy, which is divided into a developed industrial north, dominated by private companies, and a less-developed, predominantly agricultural south, with a large public sector. The Italian economy is the third-largest in the eurozone and the eighth-largest in the world. Since the early 1990s, Italy has had one of the highest levels of economic growth in the EU, though this has slowed in recent years. Unemployment stood at 8.7% in February 2018, down from 12% in 2014 but still above the EU average of 6.8%. Italy is a founding member of the European Union and the Eurozone. Italy is also a member of the OECD and the G7. Italy is a country located in southern Europe. It has a population of over 60 million people and an area of 301,340 square kilometers. The official language of Italy is Italian. The currency of Italy is the Euro. The economy of Italy is a mixed economy. The government of Italy plays a role in the economy, but the private sector is also important. The economy of Italy is heavily dependent on trade. Italy exports a lot of products, including food, clothes, and furniture. Italy also exports machinery and vehicles. Tourism is also an important part of the Italian economy. Italy has a variety of industries. These include agriculture, manufacturing, mining, and tourism. The agricultural industry employs a small percentage of the workforce but it is still important to the economy. The main crops grown in Italy are wheat, corn, tomatoes, and olives. Italy is also known for its wine production. The manufacturing industry is an important part of the Italian economy. Italy produces a wide variety of products, including clothing, vehicles, and machinery. The mining industry is also important to the economy. Italy has a lot of coal, iron ore, and other minerals. The tourism industry is very important to the Italian economy. Italy is home to many famous tourist destinations, such as Rome, Venice, Florence, and Milan. Every year, millions of people visit Italy to see its beautiful scenery and to experience its culture. The majority of Italy's agricultural land is located in the north, where the climate is cooler and there is more rainfall. The main crops grown in this region include wheat, corn, rice, and soybeans. Italy's southern regions have a warmer climate and are better suited for growing fruits and vegetables. The main crops grown in these areas include tomatoes, oranges, lemons, and grapes. Italy is one of the world's leading agricultural producers. The country is responsible for a significant portion of the globe's wine production and is also a major producer of fruits, vegetables, grains, olive oil, and other agricultural products. Italy's diverse climate and terrain allow for a wide variety of crops to be grown, and the country is a major exporter of agricultural products. Italy is one of the world's leading producers of wine, and the country is home to some of the most celebrated wineries and vineyards in the world. The nation's diverse climate and terrain allow for a wide variety of grapes to be grown, and Italy produces both red and white wines. The country is also a major producer of olive oil, and olives are grown in every region of the country. Other popular agricultural products from Italy include fruits, vegetables, grains, and meats. Italy has a population of over 60 million people, making it the fourth most populous country in Europe. The majority of the population are Italian nationals (over 95%), although there are significant minorities of other nationalities, including Albanian, Croatian, German, Hungarian, Romanian, and Slovene. The population is aging, with a life expectancy of 79 years for men and 85 years for women. This is partly due to the low birth rate, which has been below the replacement level for several decades. The population is concentrated in the north of the country, with over 80% of people living in urban areas. The capital, Rome, is home to over 2.8 million people, while other major cities include Milan (1.3 million), Naples (1.0 million), and Turin (900,000). The official language of Italy is Italian, although there are a number of regional dialects spoken throughout the country. English is also widely spoken, especially among the younger generation. The currency of Italy is the Euro (EUR). The population of Italy is aging, with a life expectancy of 79 years for men and 85 years for women. This is partly due to the low birth rate, which has been below the replacement level for several decades. The population is concentrated in the north of the country, with over 80% of people living in urban areas. The capital, Rome, is home to over 2.8 million people, while other major cities include Milan (1.3 million), Naples (1.0 million), and Turin (900,000). The official religion of Italy is Christianity, and the vast majority of the Italian population identifies themselves as Catholic. Other Christian denominations present in the country include Protestants, Orthodox Christians, and Jehovah's Witnesses. There is also a small Muslim minority present in some parts of the country. According to a 2011 survey, about 62% of the Italian population practice Christianity, with Catholic being the largest denomination at about 85%. Islam is followed by about 3% of the population, and atheism and agnosticism are also practiced by a significant minority. The Italian Constitution states that all citizens have the right to freedom of religion. Italy is a signatory of the European Convention on Human Rights, which guarantees the right to freedom of religion. discrimination on the basis of religious beliefs is prohibited by Italian law. The Catholic Church has a significant presence in Italy, with about 85% of the population identifying as Catholic. The Vatican City, an independent city-state within Italy, is the home of the Pope and the headquarters of the Catholic Church. Catholicism is the official religion of Italy, and the Catholic Church receives state funding. Protestantism is a minority religion in Italy, with about 2% of the population identifying as Protestant. Protestants are concentrated in the north of the country, particularly in Lombardy and Piedmont. Orthodox Christianity is also a minority religion in Italy, with about 1% of the population identifying as Orthodox. The majority of Orthodox Christians in Italy are of Italian descent, but there is also a significant minority of Orthodox Christians who are immigrants from Eastern European countries. Jehovah's Witnesses are a small but active religious group in Italy, with about 0.5% of the population identifying as Jehovah's Witnesses. Islam is the religion of a minority of Italians, with about 3% of the population identifying as Muslim. Most Muslims in Italy are immigrants from other countries, particularly from North Africa and the Middle East. Atheism and agnosticism are also practiced by a significant minority of Italians, with about 16% of the population identifying as atheist or agnostic. Italy is a secular state, and religious freedom is guaranteed by the Italian Constitution. discrimination on the basis of religious beliefs is prohibited by Italian law. The Catholic Church receives state funding, but all religious groups are free to worship freely and proselytize without restriction. Italy has a rich and vibrant culture that has been influential all over the world. From art and architecture to food and wine, Italy has something to offer everyone. The arts have always been an important part of Italian culture. Some of the most famous artists in the world, such as Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo and Raphael, are Italian. Italy is also home to some of the most famous buildings in the world, such as the Colosseum and the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Food and wine are also an important part of Italian culture. Italy is home to some of the best food and wine in the world. Italian cuisine is known for its use of fresh ingredients and simple, yet flavorful, dishes. Some of the most popular Italian dishes include pizza, pasta, and lasagna. Italy is also home to a number of famous wines, such as Chianti and Prosecco. Wine is an important part of Italian culture and is enjoyed by many people all over the world.

Agricultural markets Italy

Bologna Market

Brescia Wholesale Market

Cagliari Wholesale Market

Catania Wholesale Market

Centro Agro Alimentare Torino

Florence Wholesale Market

Foggia Wholesale Market

Genoa Wholesale Market

Grosseto Wholesale Market

Imperia Wholesale Market

Milan Wholesale Market

Modena Wholesale Market

Naples Wholesale Market

Palermo Wholesale Market

Ragusa Wholesale Market

Rome Wholesale Market

Treviso Wholesale Market

Turin Wholesale Market

Verona Wholesale Market

Veronamercato SpA


Agricultural advertisements in Italy, buy and sell classified ads

Red pumpkins for sale

1.2 EUR

Best olive oil to buy in Italy

9.99 EUR

Arum Flower for sale in Rome, Italy

1.8 EUR

Organic rice , wholesale prices

7.3 EUR

Fresh fishes for sale, Wholesale in Italy, best prices

1.0 EUR

Rambutan for sell - in Italy

1.0 EUR

Artichoke Fresh wholsale

1.45 EUR

Fresh Pineapples for sell

2.3 EUR

Agricultural & Food events and conference in Italy

Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering

Animal and Veterinary Sciences

Biological and Ecological Engineering

Biotechnology and Bioengineering

Energy and Environmental Engineering

Environmental and Ecological Engineering

Marine and Environmental Sciences

Nutrition and Food Engineering


Agricultural companies in Italy

CUL.TER.FAN. SOCIETA' SEMPLICE AGRICOLA

PACHINO 96018 Italy

MENEGHELLO FUNGHI DI MENEGHELLO ORIETTA SOCIETA' AGRICOLA SEMPLICE

NOVENTA VICENTINA 36025 Italy

PANICCIA VALENTINO

VALMONTONE 00038 Italy

C.O.A. COOP ORTOLANI ANDRIESI SOC COOP

PIAZZA VITTORIO EMANUELE II 35 ANDRIA 76123 Italy

AZ. AGRICOLA BACCARIN EMANUELE ED EMILIANO SOCIETA' AGRICOLA

OSPEDALETTO EUGANEO 35045 Italy

METHANEST SRL SOCIETA' AGRICOLA

VIA DA MULA 3/A PALMANOVA 33057 Italy

VIGNOLO MARCO SS AGRICOLA IN SIGLA VIGNOLO MARCO SS AGRICOLA

MOROZZO 12040 Italy

PISCICOLTURA E PESCA SPORTIVA LAGO VITTORIA SNC DI BERRETTA LINO & MAESTRI FRANCO

ALSENO 29010 Italy

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