15 ENE 2020

"DNA DINNERS" AND "BONACINI’S ITALY" NOMINATED TO THE TASTE AWARDS

The successful Gusto's series "DNA Dinners" has been recognized in the Best International Program and Best Series Pilot categories while "Bonacini’s Italy" (season 2) has been nominated for Best Food Program and Best International Program.

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Gusto Worldwide Media has announced that "DNA Dinners" and "Bonacini’s Italy" have been shortlisted at this year’s Taste Awards. Garnering two nominations each, "DNA Dinners" has been recognized in the Best International Program and Best Series Pilot categories while "Bonacini’s Italy" (season 2) has been nominated for Best Food Program and Best International Program. Winners will be announced on March 9th at a ceremony taking place in Beverly Hills.

“Thank you to the Taste Awards for recognizing two series that explore diverse cuisines and culture. People who love the food genre are looking to be immersed into emotional stories and inspiring cooking, which the Gusto team has achieved with both 'DNA Dinners' and 'Bonacini’s Italy',” said Chris Knight, President and CEO of Gusto Worldwide Media. “I’m looking forward to rubbing shoulders with our international peers in Beverly Hills.”

Now in its 11th year, the Taste Awards celebrate achievements of creators, producers, hosts, and directors in lifestyle programming. Gusto Worldwide Media has been honoured to receive six Taste Awards and has won the Best International Program category for the past three years. Both "DNA Dinners" and "Bonacini’s Italy" have been entertaining viewers around the world. In February, "DNA Dinners" will be making its APAC debut on Gusto TV in Singapore. "Bonacini’s Italy" (season 1) is available in several countries including Australia, Philippines, and Russia.