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Focus Archive

The Academy’s convivial gatherings are back (September)
Restaurants reboot with new strategies (June)
Conviviality and friendship will return among us (May)
The Academy’s vitality  (April)
The will to start again with renewed vigour (March)
Pizza: a mixed blessing for Italian cuisine (February)
Food waste: an overblown problem (January)

New York, like California, bans the sale of foie gras (December)
American tariffs harm some of our exports (November)
The feedbag generation (October)
From an elite conception to the world’s largest Academy (September)
Dark clouds over Italian cuisine (July)
Jamie Oliver’s empire collapses (June)
Momentous transformations in the restaurant world (May)
Waiter! Excuse me! (April)
The dictatorship of the chefs (March)
The forgotten amatriciana  (February)
Magazine makeover (January)


The victories and defeats of our cuisine (December)
Restaurants that sell ‘hot air’ (November)
 UNESCO and ‘labels’ to safeguard typical cuisine (October)
  The Mediterranean diet is dangerous (September)
Italy’s great chefs deserve praise (July)
The Academy rewards the Ambassadors of Taste in homage to the founder Orio Vergani (May)
 On the eve of the Delegates’ Assembly (April)
The Academy must be ready for the challenges of the third millennium (March)
 Gualtiero Marchesi and Paul Bocuse are gone (February)
 Orio Vergani: man, journalist, Academician (January)


 Youth and the Academy (December)
Mystery on a plate (November)
The Academy must be responsive to current issues (October)
  Where is our chicken pepper stew? (September)
We have lost a legend of world cuisine (July)
Arrigo Cipriani: a sensationally ‘contrarian’ interview (June)