The Italian dairy tradition in the world
We believe that the Italian dairy tradition, always having been synonymous with both seasoned and fresh high quality products, should be exported abroad and enhanced all over the world.
We bring all the pleasure of traditional Italian cheeses to the table of our consumers and customers.
This is Ambrosi’s way: best quality selection, perfect seasoning/aging, fresh packaging and easy to use products.
We pay great attention to our customers, providing a wide range of high quality products certified by the achievement of the highest quality standards and by strict compliance of the guidelines of the various Italian PDOs.
In Ambrosi, we firmly believe in fairness and honesty in accordance with the rules, a factor also recognized by the Competition Authority, which has given our company a very high score in legality rating.
We know that our activities have an impact on the context we work in, that’s why in full compliance with the needs of all the stakeholders and the external environment, we pay great attention to our investments, supporting projects of value for the community.
We are strongly linked to traditions, which is why we offer all over the world a wide range of DOP cheeses from the Italian dairy tradition
We believe that transparency is essential to guarantee a high level of trust and engagement between our company and all the stakeholders we interact with, whether they are customers, suppliers or employees.
We adapt our products to be able to offer to every market a product in line with its needs.
An international company
The group holding company, based in Castenedolo (BS).
It manufactures, matures and sells Parmigiano Reggiano and Grana Padano. It also produces and sells mozzarella and other fresh cheeses. Furthermore, it sells butter and other soft and semi hard cheeses (like Gorgonzola and Provolone).
It was founded in 1901 and it is highly specialized in the cutting and packaging of Parmigiano Reggiano.
It is based in Traversetolo, PR, it produces and ages Parmigiano Reggiano.
It is based in Nice and it operates on a national basis in France, where it distributes cheeses, cold cuts and other Italian food and wine specialties.
It was founded in 2006 and it distributes Italian cheeses in the United States.
It operates in England thanks to the acquisition of Anthony Rowcliffe & Son Ltd, an English distributor of quality cheeses.
countries where we sell our products
of Grana Padano and Parmigiano Reggiano sold every year
employees, 300 of which in Italy
foreign subsidiaries USA, France, UK.
Prizes and Awards
Parmigiano Reggiano produced in our dairy called “La Traversetolese” based in Parma, has achieved several awards at the World Cheese Award, a global event to whom more than 4,000 cheeses from over 40 countries are tasted and valuated. The awards include a “super gold” in 2017, a “gold” in 2018 and a “bronze” in 2019.
The Antitrust Authority has attributed to Ambrosi Spa a score of two stars out of three for Legality Rating, which promotes principles of ethical behavior in company environment through the assignment of a recognition with the aim of increasing safety and competitiveness in the market. The Rating was obtained for the first time in 2016 and has been maintained and renewed according to the contract.
OUR ENGAGEMENT TO CONSUMERS AND STAKEHOLDERS
Today’s consumers are more and more careful at all stages of the supply chain, that’s why we commit every day to develop and implement an increasingly socially responsible process. We have adopted a business management system based on three main assets to meet the needs of all our stakeholders:
with certifications that attest the control of the supply chain
through the commitment to use more and more green power
with specific policies which put people at the centre.
Keep producing and commercializing traditional Italian PDO cheeses, investing in the territory and involving local suppliers in the control of all stages of production, respecting the tradition, but also the highest standards of safety and environmental protection.