Their names are Antonio, Claudio, Riccardo. They represent three generations, and their journey began in Vicenza and brought them to Mirandola, near Modena.
They started out with fifty chickens in a small shed, and now have seven big state-of-the-art automated barns. Theirs is a simple family story of doing the best they can: even an earthquake in 2012 failed to shut them down, not least because they’re so close knit. Società Agricola Grosselle just keeps on going, a business built on oldfashioned values like hard work and a commitment to quality.