Terra Madre Continues, With More Enthusiasm and Even More Events!

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Despite the many challenges the year brought, the Slow Food team has worked tirelessly to ensure that even in these complicated and precarious times, the 13th Terra Madre Salone del Gusto could still take place. An unprecedented version of the event, with all of its components revised, began in October. It will continue in its global, digital and physical form until April, continuing to be enriched with valuable opportunities for debate and in-depth analysis around the issues and figures that animate the world of food.

Terra Madre Salone del Gusto is the most important event dedicated to good, clean and fair food and small-scale agriculture in the world. It is organized by Slow Food, the City of Turin and the Region of Piedmont in cooperation with MIPAAF (the Italian Ministry of Agricultural, Food and Forestry Policies) and MATTM (the Italian Ministry for Environment, Land and Sea Protection). Terra Madre Salone del Gusto 2020 is made possible thanks to the support of businesses that believe in the projects. Among them, we’d like to thank our Platinum Partners: Pastificio Di Martino, Unicredit, Lavazza, Acqua S.Bernardo, Quality Beer Academy; our Gold Partners: Agugiaro e Figna, Astoria, BBBell. With the support of Fondazione Compagnia di San Paolo, Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Torino, Associazione delle fondazioni di origine bancaria del Piemonte. With the contribution of IFAD and the EU. In collaboration with SANA and Turismo Torino e Provincia.

One of the key elements to Terra Madre Salone del Gusto, indeed the beating heart of the event, has always been the Italian and international marketplace. This meeting place for thousands of producers from across the world and hundreds of thousands of visitors offered a unique occasion for exploring the gastronomic diversity of every continent. Naturally, this too has had to be completely redesigned thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic.

This year, the official Terra Madre platform is hosting both a showcase and an e-commerce shop through which it is possible to discover products from 498 exhibitors from all over the world. Anyone living within the Schengen area can then buy many of the featured products and have them shipped to their home.

As the first month of 2021, January marks a new chapter in this most extensive of Terra Madre editions. To find out more, visit the official website: www.terramadresalonedelgusto.com.

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