The Lavazza Museum is persevering in its commitment to celebrating its Historical Archive by publishing exclusive curated itineraries, which explore specific aspects of the company’s history, through the use of contemporary images and materials. The third instalment in this series focuses specifically on the vital role of women in Lavazza’s history.


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The work of author Francesca Manfredi, a teacher at Turin’s Scuola Holden, examines the special role that women have played throughout Lavazza’s history, which is celebrated every year in its renowned Calendar: presenting the faces and personalities of the women who have made — and continue to make — a major contribution to the life of the company. The documents and images that accompany the exhibition also bear witness to Lavazza’s enduring commitment — both past and present — to valuing women; rediscovering the world of coffee from an entirely female perspective.