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Grated Cheese Production in Reggio Emilia

A leading company in the cheese industry, Fallini Formaggi produces and distributes some of the best Italian cheese at a national and international level. Our two factories located in the province of Reggio Emilia generate grated cheese at full capacity.

Our Success Story

In 1982, two brothers, Stefano and Paolo Fallini, established Fallini Formaggi in Parma. This Emilian city has always been synonymous with cheese. The idea of these two brothers to produce dehydrated grated cheese for the food industry proved to be an instant success.

Entrepreneurial achievement was followed by substantial turnovers and an ever-growing list of proposals. Soon, the company had grown to a size where it was compelled to move out of town. Two new production sites were set up in Gattatico in Reggio Emilia, one for the production of fresh grated cheese and one for the production of dried grated cheese.

Today the company has 30 employees and produces fresh and dehydrated cheese for both, Italian and foreign markets. We export to major countries in Central and Eastern Europe. Every day, at least 10 tonnes of excellent quality finished products leave our farm.  

A Record in Grated Cheese Production

Fallini Formaggi uses the largest plant dryer mixer in Europe and the world. It can dehydrate 1.4 tons of cheese per cycle.

A leader in the production of dehydrated grated cheese in Italy, Fallini Formaggi has won two prestigious awards:
  • Taste 2005 (obtained at the Anuga fair in Cologne in 2005)
  • Innovative Product of the Year at the Sial in Paris in 2006
Certificazione aziendale del Parmigiano Reggiano
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