Everything began with
vanilla and the brilliant intuition of a lady who had come from afar: born in
Madagascar in 1970 and arriving in Moncalieri, Turin in 1997, Edith Elise
Jaomazava achieved a perfect combination between the riches of her place of
origin and the demands of her new country. “At first it was very hard” – Silvia
Gusmano recounted on the website madamaricetta.it”. I was a “black” in a very closed city. I couldn’t
find a job and so I made the most of my family experience, an experience of
four generations: the cultivation of vanilla”. Edith flew to
St. Peter’s Square
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