The fifth and sixth generation of the Bertazzoni family were in Milan for EuroCucina 2022 to celebrate the 140th anniversary of the Italian cooking brand.

Paolo Bertazzoni was joined by his son and chief operating officer, Nicola and daughter, director of style and marketing communication, Valentina as the brand emphasised its company values with the launch of a family cookbook featuring recipes handed down through the family over multiple generations.

Heritage Series on the Bertazzoni stand at EuroCucina.

This photo gallery depicts the highlights of the Bertazzoni stand at EuroCucina 2022, which was also complemented by a two-day event at the company’s head office in Reggio Emilia including a Convention at Tenuta Venturini Baldini winery on 10 June.

Master Series on the Bertazzoni stand at EuroCucina.

“We wanted to bring together all of the milestones of the company – wood burning stoves, gas cooker from the 1960s and the representation of Bertazzoni today,” Valentina Bertazzoni said.

Modern Series on the Bertazzoni stand at EuroCucina.

“We have four series in four different styles – the Heritage, Modern, Professional and Master Series. We represent our appliances as collections with a full suite of harmonised products in cooking, ventilation dishwashing and refrigeration,” she said.

Professional Series on the Bertazzoni stand at EuroCucina.

Bertazzoni currently exports to 60 separate countries globally with North America (US and Canada) representing the highest level of sales ahead of Europe, Middle East and then Asia and Australia.

Bertazzoni: “Our cooking appliances have always been designed to help people bring the best home-cooked food to the family table.”

Bertazzoni Australia general manager of sales, George Alikakos, has confirmed new products on display at EuroCucina are expected to arrive in Australia in the fourth quarter of 2022 and early 2023 as products proceed through the approvals process.

The business began when Francesco Bertazzoni and his son Antonio watched trains coming into Guastalla from Germany and Austria. They noticed the railcars were heated by a new type of wood-burning stove – a stove that cooked for the train crew as well as heating the carriage.
Since Bertazzoni was founded in 1882, the company has always understood that the kitchen is at the heart of family life.

Feature image: Fifth generation family member Paolo Bertazzoni located in the centre with daughter Valentina (left) and son Nicola (right) to celebrate the 140th anniversary of the company.