Jeannette, PA, October, 27 2014—For the second year in a row, the beloved, long-standing Italian foods company hosted their DeLallo VIPs Retreat. This exclusive two-day event is by-invitation only, bringing together well-known bloggers that express love in DeLallo’s vast lineup of Italian foods. In an effort to connect with friends and fans all over the country, DeLallo sponsors a select group of food bloggers yearly to represent the brand. Some of these food bloggers are invited to explore DeLallo’s birthplace and learn more about the authentic foods they already love.
This year’s DeLallo VIPs included Sommer, from A Spicy Perspective; Maria and Josh, from Two Peas and Their Pod; Gina, from Skinnytaste; Lindsay and Taylor, from Love and Olive Oil; Jessica, from How Sweet Eats; and Ali, from Gimme Some Oven.
Bloggers enjoyed their first evening discovering Pittsburgh, from the Andy Warhol Museum to PNC Park, getting a taste of the city’s many hallmark attractions. The next day, bloggers explored DeLallo’s Italian Marketplace, learning and laughing with the DeLallo family. Then it was onto the kitchen, where the food aficionados got to stretch their pasta-making limbs. A day of cooking and laughter.
“By the time we left (stuffed and happy), we truly felt like part of the family, and for that we could not be more grateful,” says Lindsay and Taylor, DeLallo VIPs and bloggers behind Love and Olive Oil.
About The George DeLallo Company
The George DeLallo Company is a family-owned and operated Italian foods manufacturer and distributor based just outside of Pittsburgh in Jeannette, PA. Along with specialty Italian products, the company offers a full line of Olives & Antipasti. For over 60 years, DeLallo has made it easy to enjoy the best of the Mediterranean, founded on a passion for great food and generations of family tradition.
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