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Due to its geographical location that further the coexistence and integration of mountainous and hilly typical areas, Calabria is a region featured by a complete and dynamic economy, which keeps its fishing tradition and contributes to the domestic production. Moreover, with its 780 km of coastline Calabria is the Italian region with the largest coastal development, accounting for 10% of the entire coastal system of Italy. In Calabria, the fishery industry is very heterogeneous, because of the different environmental, historical and social aspects of different region’s areas. This region can boast an ancient fishing tradition and a fishing processing too to which a growing interest for sea acquaculture products adds. In 2002, the caught tonnage was almost 12.000 tons of product. Regarding to the caught fish types, the “fish group”, with its 12,181 tons, accounts for almost 90% of regional total. Among the different species of this group, the blue fish, anchovies and sardines productions are claimed, which together account for the 11, 8% of regional total (1,605 tons). To the” fish group” follow the mollusks one, with 765 tons (5.6%), and shellfish one, with little more than 600 tons (4.7%). (Sources: Processing Data Istat and Irepa - Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry - 2004)

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rossano 2000 S.r.l.

B2The company Rossano 2000 s.r.rl has long experience in trading wholesale fresh, forzen and preserved fishery products The high number of customers confirms the goodness of our products. These good success is the result of a working group made of experts with the aim of reaching important goals in terms of high quality of products and customer’s satisfaction. They offer a wide range of products like fresh, frozen and defrosted which meet different customers' needs .



B3Stocco&Stocco is born on 1996, from an idea of Francesco D'Agostino who, betting everything on a food, the stockfish, not very well known in the national territory, has succeeded, thanks to a targeted promotion, in making it part of the national culinary tradition of Italy. Francesco D'Agostino's company imports directly from Norway stocks of fish already dried with the traditional northern methods. Pertaining this point, Stocco & Stocco required from its foreign suppliers the highest standards regarding hygienical-sanitary matters.