Alce Nero is an umbrella label for 1,000 organic farmers and apiculturists all over Italy.

A supporter of the Slow Food Foundation, it has shared its commitment to the narrative labels project right from the outset. Thanks to consultancy from the Foundation, some Alce Nero product lines (such as its chopped tomatoes and a number of varieties of rice and pasta) have adopted narrative labels describing the origin, history and processing techniques of products in full detail.

Alce Nero has also collaborated with the Slow Food Foundation to create the Presidium for Tailin panela, in Peru. Made from boiled sugar-cane juice, panela represents a form of resistance in an area dominated by coca plantations.

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