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ArteBianca was founded on the Venetian mainland in 1968 by Adriano Anzanello, whose clever, ground-breaking response to market demand and changing lifestyles revolutionized the way crustless bread is used all over the world

Looking to the future
since 1968

ArteBianca started out as a small artisan company and it has grown into a solid, mature business group that is renowned for its dynamic approach and its ability to adapt to the market, as it continues to enhance the quality of its products.
ArteBianca’s understanding of the messages and demand from the Italian and international markets has helped it to evolve and innovate over time, in terms of both its business and its products.

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2020

1968

Adriano Anzanello founds ArteBianca

1972

Production of fresh and frozen bread for the hospitality industry

1980

A new plant is opened on Via Torino – Venice (1000 m²)

1984

The company specializes in crustless sandwich loaves in tins

1988

A new plant is opened on Via Altobello – Venice (2000 m²)

1992

Services are developed for large retailers and contract production

1998

ArteBianca creates and develops products for its own brands and private labels

2000

A new plant is opened on Via del Trifoglio – Venice (4000 m²)

2004

A new line of products is launched under the ArteBianca brand

2008

ArteBianca decides all of its ingredients must be healthy and sustainable

2010

PanPiuma extra soft crustless bread is launched

2015

ArteBianca’s turnover tops €10 million

2016

Organic products are added to the range

2018

The plant on Via del Trifoglio in Venice is expanded (7000 m²)

2019

A highly automated second production line is opened

2020

ArteBianca’s turnover reaches €24 million

Our numbers:
the steps to success

By adeptly and resolutely following carefully considered steps and goals, we have managed to grow constantly and establish ourselves as leading players in the market. We have been able to achieve this result by creating the right team spirit within the company and long-lasting ties with our customers, suppliers and all those who every day contribute in different ways to making ArteBianca products more and more healthy, wholesome and delicious.

Income
An innovative enterprise

As part of its tireless drive to “make healthy, first-rate products, with consumers in mind”, ArteBianca not only seeks out new ingredients and original recipes but is also constantly committed to improving the energy performance of its production lines and reducing its environmental impact.

Authentic values:
quality, naturalness and trust

Our recipes are clean and our products are certified. We use a small number of ingredients and carry out meticulous checks on all raw materials and production processes.


A big family
that cares for the local area

Working alongside bodies, associations and other organizations in the surrounding area, ArteBianca supports local development initiatives on the social, cultural and sporting fronts. Harnessing a system based on production goals and shared values, we set aside economic resources and use them to promote concrete action, catering to the needs and enhancing the well-being of our staff, their families and the world around us.

ArteBianca
communicates

Communicating is crucial, but it must be done clearly and transparently. End consumers must be addressed directly and social media obviously plays a key role.
Dialogue has enabled us to make our way into people’s homes, including in the literal sense of the term. Real and virtual tours, local initiatives, competitions, sponsorship deals, and projects involving chefs and members of the trade have helped us to present the ArteBianca products and the PanPiuma brand to more and more people. The place that we have found in the homes of consumers means that many people now consider us “family friends”.

With more than 50 years of history behind it, the company continues to show care for families, traditions and its local area as it proceeds along its path while unfailingly looking into the future.