The Slow Food Presidia at Cheese 2015 (PR)
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The Slow Food Presidia at Cheese 2015
Cheese – the international eventdedicated to milk in all its shapes and forms to be held in Bra (Italy) from Friday, September 18 to Monday, September 21, 2015 – will see the participation of hundreds of producers from Italy and abroad. The streets of the city center will house, among others, products from over 60 Slow Food Presidia: cheese, animal breeds, bread, cereals, honey and jam.
The Slow Food Presidia are projects that support quality productions at risk of extinction, protect unique regions and ecosystems, recover traditional processing methods, and safeguard native breeds and local plant varieties. At Cheese, the Presidia products will be presented with the narrative label, a system for food labeling packed with information about producers, breeds, production techniques, places of origin and animal welfare.
Slow Food has been working for many years to support those remaining cheesemakers and herders who, with their passion and commitment, are resisting standardization and the homogenization of taste; Cheese offers an opportunity to celebrate and promote them.
At the Cheese Market visitors will be able to discover the extraordinary biodiversity of cheese production from around the world: from Africa and the Balkans via the Pyrenees to the Alps and the pastures of Northern Europe.
Click here for the complete list of Slow Food Presidia present at Cheese: http://cheese.slowfood.com/en/out-and-about/presidi-slow-food/
To apply for accreditation for Cheese, please visit the following website:
Cheese 2015 has been made possible by the support of companies who believe in the future of the quality dairy sector, including the Official Partners: Consorzio Parmigiano Reggiano, Lurisia, Pastificio Di Martino and Radeberger Gruppe Italia.
Cheese, the international biennial event organized by the Città di Braand Slow Food, will be held in Bra (Italy) from Friday, September 18 to Monday, September 21, 2015. Dedicated to milk in all its shapes and forms, the event has led to the formation of an international network of cheesemakers and dairy artisans and is currently in its tenth edition.
For further information, please contact the Slow Food International Press Office:
Paola Nano, p.nano
Slow Food involves millions of people who follow the philosophy of good, clean and fair food. The network is made up of enthusiasts, chefs, experts, young people, food producers, fishers and academics in over 150 countries. It includes 100,000 Slow Food members worldwide, who belong to 1,500 local chapters. Their membership fee helps to fund the association, and they participate in many locally organized events. The network also includes the 2,000 Terra Madre food communities, who are committed to sustainable, small-scale food production.
Slow Food Presidia are projects that support quality production at risk of extinction; protect unique regions and ecosystems; recover traditional processing methods; and safeguard native breeds and local plant varieties. Each project involves a community of small-scale producers and provides technical assistance to improve production quality, identify new market outlets and organize exchanges with producers internationally through the large Slow Food events.