Mutti

Creative Culture is proud to have adapted the latest Mutti website into more than 10 European and Asian languages. Predominantly composed of brand content and delicious recipes, it is a real gold mine when it comes to Italian tomato-based cuisine. More than a simple translation exercise, there was a real need to adapt the recipes and cultural references to meet local expectations. From Japan and the US, all the way to Croatia and Norway, people enjoy their food in a very specific manner.
Did you know that in Japanese, spaghetti bolognese is known as meat spaghetti? Or that fresh anchovies are not readily available in Sweden, even though it is a big consumer of fish?