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Explanation: Hi Louise,
As your other answerers (total respect) suggest, I'm sure this expression is sometimes left in Italian, but in my experience I have always seen "agroalimentare" in my source texts.
Late but perhaps not lost
Derek Smith Local time: 19:54 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 117