The production lines that are currently located in Belgium are returning to our country. The agreement was signed at Mimit, which participates with a contribution of almost 10 million euros
The well-known Rana pasta factory returns to Italy with the production of its sauces and ready meals. With an investment of 78 million euros in total, the line will be transferred from Belgium, where it is currently located, to the Moretta site, in the province of Cuneo. The project which involves the main producer of fresh filled pasta in Europe and the United States also sees the participation of the Ministry of Business and Made in Italy, which contributes almost 10 million euros.
It will not only be the Moretta plant that will see the return of Rana production, in fact the Gaggiano (Milan) and San Giovanni Lupatoto (Verona) sites will also be involved. The company, which currently has around 1,600 employees, with this project expects the increase of 96 workers and an impact of over 180 million euros on the production chain, which involves suppliers of raw materials made up of more than 80% of small and medium-sized enterprises. Mimit, as explained, granted 9.6 million euros in non-repayable benefits, while the Piedmont Region contributed 350 thousand euros.