Dedicated Italian food pavilion at Expo Milano 2015

(AGI) Milan, Feb 27 - A pavilion with an ever-changing facade,entitled 'Cibus e Italia - Federalimentare Expo 2015' willfeature 420 Italian food chain firms and consortia. Presentedat the Triennale di Milano on Friday, the pavilion willillustrate the history and the future of Italian food. It isone of the largest corporate pavilions and will emphasise thespecial characteristics of Italian products. Designed byarchitect Francesco Di Gregorio, the 5 square metre pavilion ison two storeys with a terrace for meetings, tastings, workshopsand business discussions. There are 15 sections: milk andcheese, pasta, rice, sweets

(AGI) Milan, Feb 27 - A pavilion with an ever-changing facade,entitled 'Cibus e Italia - Federalimentare Expo 2015' willfeature 420 Italian food chain firms and consortia. Presentedat the Triennale di Milano on Friday, the pavilion willillustrate the history and the future of Italian food. It isone of the largest corporate pavilions and will emphasise thespecial characteristics of Italian products. Designed byarchitect Francesco Di Gregorio, the 5 square metre pavilion ison two storeys with a terrace for meetings, tastings, workshopsand business discussions. There are 15 sections: milk andcheese, pasta, rice, sweets and snacks, vegetables, meat andcured meats, beef, oil, vinegars and condiments, fish products,Italian drinks, sustainable production technologies,nutraceutics, communication and regional themes. The Italianinstitute for foreign trade (ICE) has launched a huge programmefor incoming foreign enterprises, inviting more than 300operators from 35 countries split into 12 delegations duringExpo's six-month run. (AGI) . .