The French arrive at Cagliari airport to sell typical Sardinian products. Go via Bonu, which has done so at the airport for 25 years: a Sardinian business that has always worked on the market of the island's food and wine delicacies. More than globalization, the "fault" lies with a tender by Sogaer, the management company of the Mario Mameli, called for the assignment of sales spaces on the departures floor: the winner was the Lagardère group, an international giant in the business.

The announcement of the closure with the flavor more of mockery than of myrtle and pabassinas, is from the Bonu family, led by Gianni, who founded the brand and sells Sardinian products, shipping them all over the world.

«An important chapter is closing for our company, for our family. A chapter that began 25 years ago when, still in the old airport, we opened our first store». History, then.

With five decades "of hard work, commitment, effort always accompanied by passion, dedication and love for our work and for our land, Sardinia".

Those who left, tourists and others, often passed by Bonu and bought some flavors of the island: «In recent years, hundreds of thousands of people have been able to bring the excellence of our earth".

Sogaer has launched a tender to assign the space. Bonu participated, also proposing a high rent. «But we lost», explain the Bonu family , «we will be replaced by the French company Lagardère, which will sell Sardinian food and wine products». No further comment: the statement is enough.

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