Our land, our family, our forms,
We come from the land, the meadows on which our children play, the smell of the air we breath.
We come from the strenght of family ties, caresses and smiles, history and rituals.
We come from the forms that surround us, the shapes we see in our countrysides, the sound of our languages, celebratory festivals,
the shape of the cheese on our tables.
Land, family and form are the intertwined elements which have gently fashioned and oriented our work and our lives.