Riseria Gariboldi S.p.A. was acquired by Euricom Group in 2019. It is one of the historic companies of Valle Lomellina, with complementary activities and facilities adjacent to those of Curti S.p.A.

The history of Gariboldi begun more than a century ago, in 1889. In 1936 was one of the first Italian companies to successfully produce and market parboiled rice. This achievement was a very important milestone for the company, at a time when industrial rice mills were still at early stages of development

Its location - in the heart of one of the most suitable areas for rice-growing - ensures the company a Km 0 supply and a wide choice of the best Italian rice varieties.

Gariboldi has the right solution for every need, from the private label world to supplies for the food industry. A wide range of formats and different ways of packaging the rice allow the company to always be up to the demands of a constantly evolving market.

A team of professionals has committed every day so that the raw material has enhanced and tailored to the customer. The branded products arrive directly on the tables, others are designed for the needs of Horeca, others are chosen by the big food industries for more complex preparations. The major retail chains rely on the experience of Gariboldi for the production and packaging of their most important brands, relying on great professionalism and versatility during product and packaging development.

The Quality Department guarantees that the raw material is strictly controlled. Throughout the production process, the quality parameters are constantly monitored so that the finished product reflects the established standards. Gariboldi guarantees total traceability of rice and packaging materials, a path documented from field to table.

The craftsmanship meets the most modern technologies: since 2011, the company holds IFS (International Food Standard) and BRC (Global Standard Certification for Food Safety) certifications, which are the testimony of the goals achieved to guarantee maximum safety in food production.