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Every kind of food has its own particularity that makes it unique and precious. So, the rule is simple: don’t throw anything away! That’s why it is necessary to know how and be able to store correctly. This has been understood ever since ancient times, with the development over the years of systems for preserving food as long as possible.
Takaje is the revolutionary, unique, attractive and functional vacuum system that can keep the forms and tastes of all food unaltered, in any container, combining food safety with saving. Yes, because Takaje does not merely lengthen the time of food storage: owing to a patented system, it offers the possibility to re-use any glass container, turning it into a vacuum container, thus giving it a key added value.
Takaje lengthens the life cycle of the container used, lowers the flow of waste re-using an already used container and reduces the consumption of raw materials for the production of a new products.
Takaje, which in Piedmontese dialect means “it’s the right one, we’ve succeeded….”, is a versatile and functional product 100% Made in Italy, an ethical 0 km design concept to protect and guarantee the excellent Italian artisan and industrial productions.
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November 18, 2012 Leave a comment
There were a lot of people waiting for free EV test drives at H2Roma last week. EV sales are still very low in Italy, but that might be about to change. In October, there were 53 Nissan LEAFs sold—a record number. That volume is not exactly earth-shattering news, when Fiat sold more than 12,000 Pandas in the same period. But it was the first time an electric car made more than 50 sales in a single month in Italy. The Renault Zoe which will be available next year should fare even better. But the star of the show was undeniably the little Smart Electric Drive. Italy has always been a strong market for Smart, and the electric version should be successful there as well. The manufacturer was taking orders at the show, as was Renault for its even smaller Twizy…
Italy Chooses Fast AC Charging for Electric Cars at H2Roma | PluginCars.com http://ow.ly/fj2F0
November 5, 2012 Leave a comment
Right now, Italy is Europe’s cutting-edge country when it comes to high-speed trains. It not only has two versions, but they’re competing in a socialist-capitalist drama. In one corner is Trenitalia’s Frecciarossa, Italy’s state-owned TGV, and in the other, the privately owned Italo, which launched in April. It was created by two of Italy’s most powerful businessmen, Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, CEO of Ferrari, and Diego Dalle Valle, CEO of Tod’s. In effect, Montezemolo and Dalle Valle said to Trenitalia, “see you and raise you one.”
Rating Italy’s High-Speed Trains: Frecciarossa vs. Italo – Forbes http://onforb.es/ShbMjt
June 1, 2012 Leave a comment
Cloud computing allows you to preset the most interesting and innovative solutions, such as Tecnobeach the Adriatic coast, made possible by the cloud of Telecom Italia. This innovative technology services, which are equipped with bathing facilities. Now that the summer season starts, there was really needed. In this way it may very well go on vacation or to begin planning the holidays themselves, without sacrificing the technological solutions that we like.
Everything is naturally for the benefit of bathers and holidaymakers in general. Telecom in particular to a project that is expected to provide services of particular interest through what might be called a beach hi-tech. But what specifically are these services? From this point of view is everything: wi-fi to connect to the Internet, video surveillance system to prevent theft, photovoltaic sunshades that can be managed remotely, rescue and emergency services for the safety of tourists. Let’s say for example if a tourist needs information, so it features interactive totem, to receive all the news, and search through them even send electronic postcards and even photos directly from the beach.
Beach hi-tech, innovative technology services, who want to make the tourism industry of our country, a truly cutting edge.