Paolo Nutini, 34, works among cheeses, meats and sauces displayed at Adamo’s Kitchen in midtown Sacramento on Monday. Nutini, owner of a Lucca, Italy-based business dating back to 1836, is part of an Italian trade delegation visiting Northern California in hopes of getting a foothold for its products in the Golden State. Most of the participating merchants are small farmers, business operators.
Paolo Nutini, 34, works among cheeses, meats and sauces displayed at Adamo’s Kitchen in midtown Sacramento on Monday. Nutini, owner of a Lucca, Italy-based business dating back to 1836, is part of an Italian trade delegation visiting Northern California in hopes of getting a foothold for its products in the Golden State. Most of the participating merchants are small farmers, business operators. Mark Glover mglover@sacbee.com
Paolo Nutini, 34, works among cheeses, meats and sauces displayed at Adamo’s Kitchen in midtown Sacramento on Monday. Nutini, owner of a Lucca, Italy-based business dating back to 1836, is part of an Italian trade delegation visiting Northern California in hopes of getting a foothold for its products in the Golden State. Most of the participating merchants are small farmers, business operators. Mark Glover mglover@sacbee.com

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