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Ljubljana, 4. 3. 2020

For a better tomorrow with top world chefs and incredible individuals

Between 28th and 30th March, once again, Ljubljana shall host the European Food Summit, which has become one of Europe's most important culinary events. Several distinguished international speakers who have dedicated their lives to fully understand the importance of food and the issues of modern nutrition will share their conclusions for a better tomorrow. The three-day event will offer anyone who wishes to change the world for better a rich set of accompanying events with top Slovenian chefs that are not to be missed.
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Ljubljana, 3. 3. 2020

Good news from Slovenia regarding the European Food Summit

We would like to inform you, that the European Food Summit planned between 28th and 30th March will take place. In Slovenia, there has been no case of coronavirus infection reported so far, therefore, the country remains safe. The organization team thus continues with preparations for the event with as much enthusiasm as before.
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Ljubljana, 4. 2. 2020

It’s not just what food we eat that matters

How would you define a good lunch? For some it is a fresh healthy salad, for others, it is a burger made with locally raised beef and fries. But it’s not just what food we eat that matters, it is also important how we eat it, alone or in the company of others.
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Ljubljana, 28. 1. 2020


The bases of our living here on Earth are the air we breathe, the water we drink and the food we eat.
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Sora, 19. 1. 2020

The count down

Let's start the count down. There are exactly 66 days to one of the most important European events – the European Food Summit, which raises questions, gives answers and offers specific solutions for the modern world’s burning topics in the field of cuisine and eating. Andrea Petrini, Ana Roš and Martin Jezeršek, the event organizers and curators are sending a clear message into the world.
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Sora pri Medvodah, 7. 1. 2020

What shall year 2020 put on our table?

Each year brings new trends and new guidelines. So what shall we eat the most of in 2020, what will adorn our kitchen countertops and what foods will titillate our taste buds? We have collected some nutrition trends for 2020.
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Sora, 18. 12. 2019

Stop wasting food!

Food is not merely fuel for our bodies, since it also has a strong social significance. We socialize over good food, make memories, celebrate anniversaries, blow candles, take new steps, toast to successes and many other things. Therefore, it is even more surprising that a third of the food we produce never even lands on a plate.
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Ljubljana, 12. 12. 2019

European Food Summit – FOOD for future’s GOOD

European Food Summit, as the peak of gastronomic Europe is returning to Ljubljana, Slovenia. With the main emphasis on food culture, diversity and sustainability, it sets the direction for the future. Top chefs, scientists and internationally renowned journalists and individuals making the world a better place are coming to Slovenia between 28th and 30th March 2020. It is time we bring more to the table.
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Sora pri Medvodah, 11. 12. 2019

0 kilometer - eat local

Nowadays, a cooking spoon in your hand and some pots on the stove can take you on a culinary trip to any country in the world. Our plates can serve ingredients from the countries we have never even visited before. It only takes a quick jump to the supermarket or a click on the right online store to enjoy such a ‘retreat’. Endless creations in the kitchen enrich our culinary experiences and take our taste buds to new dimensions.
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Sora pri Medvodah, 4. 12. 2019

The message of our planet is clear: “You are doing something terribly wrong!”

Climate changes and global warming are consequences of the problems we have created by decades of irresponsible treatment of our planet. Chad Frischmann, Research Director of the Drawdown project, who is looking for solutions to global warming around the world says that "The society knows what can be done. We have the technology and the knowledge which allows us to diminish the global warming of our planet, however, we lack the desire to do so."
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