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The food industry, for better or worse, is the keystone of the Italian economy.
While the industry was born from Italian immigrants and was built around the service industry, its current status in the country has become less than ideal.
Italian food is now considered a luxury in many parts of the country, and it has even become a liability in some cases.
In recent years, the Italian-American community has taken up a cause to promote the culinary heritage of Italian food.
This week, the New York City chapter of the Council on Italian American Affairs launched a “New Year’s Eve” campaign that aims to encourage the preservation of traditional Italian dishes and the food culture of the region.
The campaign is the result of years of activism, as the Italian American community has fought for the preservation and preservation of Italian foods for years.
In the past, the campaigns has focused on preserving traditional Italian cuisine in areas like the Bronx, Queens, Staten Island and the Bronx; and protecting the traditional Italian food traditions of the Staten Island community.
The New York branch of the National Italian American Congress, which was founded in 1995, has fought to protect the traditional tradition of Italian cooking in the city, which it claims is a core American value.
The NIAAC has been active in defending traditional Italian cooking and preservation throughout the United States and abroad.
In 2015, the NIAACE passed a resolution calling on Congress to create a “Commission on Traditional Italian Cooking,” and the council is now calling on the White House to provide funding for the commission.
While Italian American advocates say the fight for preservation of the tradition is important, the issue is not solely focused on the preservation aspect of the campaign.
The Italian-Americans want to protect Italian-based cuisine in the United State.
In a letter addressed to President Donald Trump, the Council of Italian American Associations (CICA) wrote: We, the undersigned, feel a tremendous sense of pride and pride that the president has recognized the importance of preserving traditional, Italian food in our nation and in the world.
The preservation of authentic Italian cuisine has long been a cornerstone of the American way of life and our culture.
The cultural significance of traditional and regional cuisine is integral to the development of our economies, our families, our communities and our way of living.
Italian-America advocates say that the preservation campaign is part of a broader campaign to preserve traditional Italian foods in the U.S. In addition to the preservation efforts, CICA also plans to work with state and local governments and community leaders to develop and promote educational programs about traditional Italian culinary traditions.
The council also plans on supporting efforts to preserve local food markets and local food producers, and is also pushing for an increased awareness of the importance and cultural significance, and the role, of Italian-Italian cooking in our neighborhoods.
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