Colavita welcomed Ambassador to the State of Israel, Ofer Sachs, during his visit to Pomezia this May. The Ambassador was accompanied by organizer Andrea Ruggeri throughout the tour. His visit to Pomezia was motivated by meetings to evaluate the development of future business collaborations with local companies. Among these possible business partnerships was a meeting with the creative team at Slamp, a company specializing in decorative and iconic lighting design. Here, he had the opportunity to observe live assembly and architectural design of Slamp pieces. Ambassador Ofer Sachs then continued his tour with a visit to Irbm Science Park, a company dedicated to research and discovery in molecular biotechnology, organic chemistry and biomedical science. Irbm has been recognized globally as the first to cultivate the Ebola virus vaccine.
Discussions led by innovation in artistic design and biotechnology were completed by The Ambassador’s special tour of the Colavita headquarters in Italy. The Pomezia plant operates in the agro-industrial sector and is a leader in the production of extra virgin olive oil.
Proud Beginnings in Pomezia
From its integration into the Colavita family in 1998, the Pomezia site has upheld honored traditions of naturally producing the finest-quality olive oil. This deep-rooted success is credited to over three decades of trusted partnership with local famers and a longstanding commitment.
Colavita and Commitment to the Future
A future of extended collaboration between Israel and the Italian legacy, would echo Colavita’s passion for nourishing exceptional quality olive oils throughout the world. To support the Ambassador’s interest in developing partnerships with Pomezian’s leading innovators, Colavita continues to keep pace with progressive changes, promote genuine products, and conduct operations with transparency.
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