Italy is the largest vinegar producer and exporter in the world. Vinegar is widely used throughout the world in food flavouring and its usage in kitchens worldwide continues to grow. Data suggests that Italy is expected to maintain a prominent position in the global vinegar market.

Vinegar has been one of the most popular ingredients in food flavouring, marinades, and dressings for centuries, while Italy has been well recognized as one of the world’s most famous vinegar — especially balsamic vinegar — producers and exporters. Italy produces about 90 million litters of balsamic vinegar every year, and over 90% of its total production is exported to more than 120 countries in the world. In 2016, Italy became the world’s largest vinegar exporter, with an export value of $278 million, while balsamic vinegar accounts for more than half of total vinegar export, making balsamic vinegar one of Italy’s signature products in the global market.

BizVibe, a company headquartered in Toronto (and offices in London, Bangalore, and Beijing) has launched a networking platform that can help companies connecting businesses to the top vinegar suppliers in Italy. With extensive feedback from communities across multiple industries, BizVibe was able to identify the core problems and uncertainties when finding potential trade partners. Using this feedback, BizVibe developed an efficient networking platform dedicated to buyers, sellers, importers, exporters, manufacturers, and suppliers, helping thousands of users to connect, engage, and make business deals daily.

roberto ceccarelli

roberto ceccarelli

Roberto is a business journalist with a focus on the food & wine sector. He worked freelance for many Italian newspapers and magazines such as Italia Oggi, Gdo Week, Il Resto del Carlino.
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