ITA | 2019 | corporate story | 10′
Since the Phoenicians, Egyptians and Greeks it has always represented the life that is born, and with the advent of Christianity it also takes on the meaning of Resurrection.
The egg, masculine in the singular and feminine in the plural, has always been represented in the history of art, both as a symbolic and philosophical meaning and as a metaphorical and surreal expression, both with an allegorical tone and as a simple representation of authenticity.
Once upon a time the egg was brought into the house by a simple home collection system which brought together the production of small farmers’ farms.
Since 2006 Avimed definitively brings together the management of the collection and distribution of eggs in most of Southern Italy.