After World War II Gino and Eugenio Dalla Bona, driven by a great passion and their tenacity, opened a small dairy in which they began to produce typical cheeses from the Brescia area.
Subsequently they specialized in the production of Grana Padano and in the selection and ageing of Parmigiano Reggiano.
Over the years, the structure expanded, transferring the activity to new premises that would allow greater production volumes and spaces used for cheese ripening.
In 2010, Eugenio Dalla Bona invented Gran Vita, a hard cheese suitable for vegetarian diets.
Today, the third and fourth generation operate in a modern factory that has two production dairies and large maturing warehouses. The company distributes throughout Italy and in over 20 foreign countries.