Seeds from Italy (growitalian.com)
This company, located in Massachusetts, sells only seeds packaged in Italy, mostly by Franchi, a few by Bavicchi. The packaging is beautiful, and very sturdy - hermetically sealed, and the quantities larger than you would get of US seeds for the same price (example: for $2.50 I got 5000 Bolloso Napoletano basil seeds!) They carry a nice variety of Italian vegetables and herbs, as well as some flowers. Although the packages are printed in Italian, there are labels in English stuck on, with not only planting directions but germination rates (guaranteed.) I ordered agretti, which is a little-known vegetable, and Bill enclosed handwritten directions and suggestions for staggering plantings. The turnaround between ordering and receipt of order was very quick.
Here is a link that might be useful: Seeds from Italy