Together in the kitchen, for women – Italian Cuisine

Marcato and Komen Italia join forces for women's health against breast cancer. Here is the company of machines and accessories for fresh pasta proposes a pink version of the line to support the projects of the initiative

An important initiative is born that sees the combination of women's health with food. There fight against breast cancer, supported by Komen Italy, An organization that has been working for over 20 years to maintain a high focus on women's health, improving treatment opportunities and enhancing research and education for prevention, joins Marked, world leader in the production of machines and accessories for fresh pasta, biscuits, bread and pizza.

Komen and Marcato in support of women

The initiative will be communicated through the special reminder stamp with the Komen logo, placed on the packaging of the Atlas 150 pasta machine, the one for Biscuits biscuits and the so-called Dispenser: a special graphic that brings added value to the packages, launching a important message aimed at researching and treating a disease that afflicts many women. Marcato therefore makes his contribution donating part of the proceeds of the sale of the Atlas 150, Biscuits and Dispenser, produced in pink, as a symbol for the projects of the Komen association. The individual products will be paired with a gray and pink kitchen apron with the Marcato logo and will be available from this month in their stores.


Other projects

The company will also contribute to Komen's support in the local area, offering a free screening day in Veneto with "The Caravan of Prevention", the National Itinerant Program for the Promotion of Women's Health which offers a growing public free activities to raise awareness and prevention of the main oncological diseases of gender. Making pasta, biscuits and pizza at home will no longer be just a pleasure for the palate, but also a way to support women who are going through very delicate moments, thus contributing to a good cause.

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