Advanced learning program designed by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and the Future Food Institute , includes hands-on experiences supported by a series of e-learning courses, made to transfer knowledge, skills, and competencies to strengthen the capacities of the food system professionals of today and tomorrow.
XI Anniversary of the recognition of the Mediterranean Diet as a UNESCO Cultural Heritage of Humanity includes a week of events, which culminate in the Week of Italian Cuisine in the World On November 16, 2010 in Nairobi, 166 member states of UNESCO unanimously voted for the candidacy of the Mediterranean Diet, among the intangible [...]
From 4-9 July, in Cilento Italy where the term "Mediterranean Diet" was first coined, eight teenagers between the ages of 15-19 will join fishermen, scientists, chefs, policymakers, and activists to explore and discover the sustainable values of the Mediterranean Diet. This unique week-long program provides youth with tangible, real-world insights into the cultural heritage and [...]
Stories, images, music and testimonies capable of conveying Mediterranean values and celebrating local heroes followed by a dinner. "Experiences" of five courses interspersed with discussions and speeches by farmers, fishermen, chefs, experts and researchers, interpreters and true ambassadors representing the area's most iconic supply chains. 9 appointments to tell the story of the territory through [...]
Discover the possibilities for a sustainable future within the cultural heritage of the Mediterranean Diet during the Mediterranean Edition of our Food and Climate Shapers Boot Camp. More than just a list of ingredients, the Mediterranean Diet is a set of knowledge, skills, and traditions that reconnects humanity with the planet that hosts us. Set [...]
Today, 16 November 2022, we celebrate the 12th anniversary of the recognition of the Mediterranean Diet as an Intangible Heritage of Humanity thanks to its ability to unite man and nature through social rituals in which the community's diet becomes a unique cultural moment for sharing the social identity of individuals. The Mediterranean Diet, therefore, [...]
“MEDITERRANEAN DIET – LIFESTYLE FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE. A CULTURAL ASSET, A STRATEGIC TOOL FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT” INTERACTIVE MULTI-STAKEHOLDER PANEL DISCUSSION FOLLOWED BY A TASTING OF TYPICAL PRODUCTS OF THE MEDITERRANEAN DIET AT UNITED NATIONS IN NEW YORK The event will take place on Friday, 18 November 2022 from 10.30 am to 12:00 p.m. in Conference Room [...]