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Renewing Food Culture. Securing the Future of the Mediterranean Diet as an Intangible Cultural Heritage Recognized by UNESCO

14 December, 2023
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Sixth session of the of the 4th Annual Tomorrow Tastes Mediterranean Conference held at the University of Barcelona on November 27-28, 2023 moderated by Xenophon Kappas, General Manager, Captain Vassilis & Carmen Constantakopoulos Foundation; Athens, Greece and with the participation of:

Sara Roversi, President, Future Food Institute; Bologna, Italy

Stefano Pisani, Mayor of Pollica, a UNESCO Emblematic Community of the Mediterranean Diet, and head of the Permanent Secretariat of the Network of UNESCO Mediterranean Diet Communities; Pollica, Italy

Georgia Koutsoukou, Writer, Cook and an Authority on the Food and Culinary Traditions of Messinia; Kalamata, Greece

Enric Tello, Professor of the Department of Economic History, Institutions, Politics and World Economy, University of Barcelona; Barcelona, Spain.

Tomorrow Tastes Mediterranean is an industry leadership conference organized by the Torribera Mediterranean Center (TMC)

Tomorrow Tastes Mediterranean aims to help the restaurant, foodservice industry and affiliated sectors better understand and transfer the healthful, sustainable, and cultural principles of the Mediterranean Diet into menus and products suited to the demands of 21st century consumers.

The Mediterranean Diet is unquestionably one of the world’s healthiest, not to mention delicious, ways to eat. Its benefits to our physical and mental health are settled science, as leading researchers from all over the globe, from Harvard to the University of Barcelona, have been proving for decades.

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Enric Tello

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