Win a hamper of Italian foodie treats from Napolina

The UK’s much-loved Italian cooking brand has turned 50 and to celebrate, olive readers can win a whole hamper-load of delicious Napolina goodies

**This competition is now closed**


Napolina has been a familiar presence in British kitchens for 50 years, a period that’s seen tremendous changes in our nation’s culinary habits. 21st century Britain is in love with Italian food, with dishes like bolognese and bruschetta now as common as the traditional Sunday roast.  

But why is Britain so fond of Italian cuisine? Perhaps it’s the simplicity of the recipes, or the quality of ingredients, which is something that Napolina takes very seriously.

The company was founded by Italian businessman Marino Iandiorio, when he bought his first Italian tomatoes. He named it Napolina – which literally translated means ‘Little Naples’. 

Following Napolina’s launch in the mid-sixties, the brand has gone on to become the number one Italian cooking brand in the UK*, thanks to a commitment to sourcing the best ingredients across a range of categories including tomatoes, pasta, oils, pulses, balsamic vinegar, sauces and pizzeria.

If you’d like the chance to get your hands on some of those quality ingredients, simply enter the competition below. In the meantime you can find more tips, hints and recipes on the Napolina website or on the Napolina YouTube channel, Cooking with Napolina.

*Source: Kantar Worldpanel 2015


To celebrate 50 years of bringing Italian passion to British kitchens, Napolina is offering you the chance to win one of ten hampers of delicious Italian products.

All you have to do is answer the simple question below and send your answer to oliveletters@immediate.co.uk by 23:59 on March 31, 2016.

Question: Which of these is a traditional Italian dish?

A: Tagliatelle carbonara

B: Haggis

C: Sauerkraut 

**This competition is now closed**

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