We are proud of the Michelin Green Star to Piergiorgio Siviero chef friend Loison. His restaurant Lazzaro 1915 respects sustainability.
The new recognition of the 2021 Michelin Guide “promotes chefs who have taken on the responsibility of conserving resources and embracing biodiversity, reducing food waste and supporting an increasingly green cuisine”.
Panettone Amarena Loison won the silver medal ITA - International Taste Awards, the first international competition, held in Italy, with the ambitious task of selecting, supporting and promoting the work of the best producers, artisans, farmers, breeders of all the world.
All the products in the competition were subjected to a strict selection procedure, meticulously tasted blindly and evaluated exclusively on their own merits, by a panel consisting of a minimum of four to twelve judges, chosen from the best tasters, tasters, sommeliers , chef, pastry chefs, bartenders.
Good old practices are always in place at Loison. Once again, the month of January saw a lot of requests pouring in from universities and business schools that wished to visit our company.
As usual, we were glad to hold the customary visit of the participants in theInternational Management & Leadershipcourse organized by the CUOA Foundation, in partnership with IBS (International Business School) in Saõ Paulo, Brazil. This was the fifth visit sponsored by the Foundation and the course was held on January 8-25, 2018. An intensive three-week program focusing on specific skills in strategy, intercultural communication, negotiation and leadership. In addition to the lectures, the participants went on several corporate tours of successful Italian companies that dealt internationally, including Loison Pasticceri.
About thirty managers arrived at our company, of which 80% originally from Brazil, the rest from the Philippines, Uruguay, United Arab Emirates and Australia. After a short visit to the production plant, the participants gathered in the Educational Room where Dario Loison spoke of his company's history and mission, then illustrated his marketing and communication strategies.
This was followed by the highly anticipated tasting of Panettone varieties over targeted Q&As from the part of the visiting managers.
The event held at Loison in connection with the second edition of Open Factory was an incredible success! Just hours after the regional event was announced online, reservations began pouring in and all available slots at Loison were taken! This prompted the owner to set up another round, to meet all the requests.
‘Open Factory’ is the most important industrial & manufacturing culture event in the Veneto region. It is in every respect a showcase that allows manufacturing companies to illustrate and promote a new concept. It is the opportunity to do networking between worlds that up until now had struggled to communicate with one another.
The guided tour inside Loison’s headquarters, organized by Francesca Vinci, curator of the museum, started with a visit to the Loison Museum and Library. Visitors were taken on a multi-sensory journey into the discovery of taste and the ancient tradition of pastry-making. The visit continued with a tour of the production department and finally ended with a tasting of Panettone samples and a toast with Italian bubbles.
Our thanks go to all those who participated in the guided tours at Loison and we hope to see you at the 2017 edition!
Last night at the Swiss Embassy in Rome a Panettone Gottardo has been handed over to Italian Transport Minister Mr Del Rio and Swiss Federal Councillor Mrs Doris Leuthard in occasion of a Gottardo event
Family Loison receive the CUOA Master in Retail and Marketing with Professor Romano Cappellari, for a guided tour to discover the history, production processes and decision-making processes of the Loison company.
Tuesday, October 4, 2016 we had the opportunity to receive and to show the Loison world to the students of the Master in Retail and Marketing of CUOA accompanied by Professor Romano Cappellari, who presented the case to the new Loison minds of marketing.
Dario Loison in person welcomes them and presents the Loison brand, by switching between production decisions, never abandoned tradition, innovation and international strategies. All moves and ideas that have led the company to export the Made in Italy in over 50 countries worldwide.
The visit continued with the usual tour to discover the secrets of Loison. It’s concluded with a tasting trio - Mandarin Panettone of Ciaculli, the novelty in 2016 Rose Panettone and the Amarena and Cinnamon Venetian- accompanied by Macarons Panettone and licorice and saffron Lolli Pop sugary.
What we can say is good luck for studies and for future work experience and greet us with a warm goodbye.
Loison family welcomes with pleasure the Made in Italy fans from all over the world. On September the 20th, Pergolia AB, new Loison Pasticceri customer, has had the to visit the farm and to taste Panettone quality.
Tuesday, September 20, 2016 we had the opportunity to receive a pleasant visit of Orjan Hauge and his wife Arina Hauge of Pergolia AB. As new customers of Loison Pasticceri are strongly willing to rapidly expand their business. They are currently running a shop near the harbor of Gothenburg but they want to add a store later this year and two more shops in 2017. An ambitious and interesting project. Greeted by Dario and Edoardo Loison, as well as Eugenio Ripoli (export customer service), the Hauge during the meeting they have had the pleasure of tasting the Roses Panettone, brand new 2016. The visit continued with the classic tour of the company and ended with a quick view of the new Loison museum. The day ended in a sweet gift: exactly the Roses Panettone previously tasted.
All we can say is good luck for existing and future investments and extend a warm goodbye
The Loison family welcomes with pleasure the gourmet visitors and even more if it’s loyal customers. On September 20th the japanese customer Italia Shoji has honored us with a pleasant tour inside Loison’s flavors.
Tuesday, September 20th 2016, we had the pleasure to receive the cordial visit of Matsuhiko Sano, with his wife Nobuko. In collaboration since 1998 Italia Shoji, Sano’s family company, is one of the largest customers and Loison dealers in Japan. The Land of the rising Sun which is a fast growing market for Made in Italy confectionery products. Loison is focusing its efforts on it.
Sano spouses, greeted by Dario and Edoardo Loison, have walked through the fascinating path prepared for them. A complete immersion into the Loison atmosphere, with its scent, colors and of course its flavours. A passage through tasting room where they had the opportunity to admire the new Christmas collections and novelties of 2016. They also had the time for a moment of multisensory tasting: Japanese guests had the chance to sample two excellences of Loison Panettone, Figs Dottato of Calabria and Cherry, with an excellent Verduzzo. At the end a pleasant guided visit to Loison Museum where the Italian pastry story it is told thanks to the ancient tools and production machinery.
And That’s all, the only thing to say is that We hope for a strong and continuous collaboration between the two families.