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Gabrielloni describes herself as a peasant, forced to be a business woman

A family involved in olive mill since 1950. Now two sister takes care of the rural enterprise counting more than 2,000 olive trees with passion nd respect

Gabriella Gabrielloni was born in Recanati in 1960. Since a young age both she and her sister Elisabetta were involved in the Frantoio started by their grand father Marino in the ‘50, grewing up between the olive trees and the scent of fresh olive oil. Soon after her studies, in the middle nineties she finally takes the lead of the family oil mill, the Frantoio Gabrielloni, while her sister Elisabetta takes care of the rural enterprise counting more than 2,000 olive trees.

Togheter they made innovative and bold choices: the goal was to utterly enhance the quality and value of their products, while preserving their traditions. The oil mill is now completely renewed and produces every year some of the most awarded and sought-after extravirgin olive oils of the Marche region, Italy and the World.

Gabriella Gabrielloni

Why do you decide to make business in farming?
For the love of Earth and Freedom.

Do you feel more a peasant, a farmer or a business men? A peasant, forced to be a business woman.

A definition of farming.
Working preserving the territory and its typicalities (tipicità).

An adjective for defining the world of farming.
Devastated.

A keyword for the future of farming.
Respect.

A model men.
St. Francis of Assisi.

Someone to… go to the hell.
All the dictators.

A book concerning the rural world you’d suggest to read.
Watership Down by Richard Adams.

Your favorite book.
The Divine Comedy (La Divina Commedia) by Dante Alighieri.

Your favorite song or composition.
“Almeno tu nell’universo”, by Mia Martini.

Your unforgettable movie.
Ice Age (2002).

What would you like to find after passing away?
The True Life.

Gabriella and Elisabetta Gabrielloni

by L. C.
05 april 2010, Food Notes > The Farmers

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