Amazon's Made in Italy storefront is a section dedicated to Italian products that can be classified as "Made in Italy" according to current regulations. The products in the Made in Italy storefront include those made by large companies, small businesses, and even artisans. The aim of the store is to spread the style and tradition of "Made in Italy", a label synonymous throughout the world with refinement of materials, attention to detail, and creativity.
The Made in Italy storefront helps customers discover a wide range of items that best represent Italy. On the home page, you’ll find select products in the following categories: Food & Wine, Home & Furniture (furniture, household items, textiles, and home décor), Apparel & Accessories (clothing, shoes, handbags, jewellery, and watches), and Beauty & Wellness (products for personal care).
To be displayed on the Made in Italy page, products must be made entirely in Italy or have undergone the last substantial and economically justified transformation or processing in Italy, in accordance with the regulatory requirements governing the use of the term "Made in Italy". You can view the Union Customs Code here.
Approval is required to list your products on the Made in Italy storefront. Only active sellers in good standing will be eligible to have their listings qualify for Made in Italy. Click here to request approval and submit your products to be considered for Made in Italy.
If you haven’t registered to sell on Amazon yet, click here to begin.
The Made in Italy storefront is available on Amazon.com,
Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.de, Amazon.es, Amazon.fr, Amazon.it, and Amazon.co.jp. In order for
your product to be displayed in the showcase of another marketplace, two requirements
must be met:
If your products are not visible in the showcase, the reason could be one of the following: