Expo Milan 2015 is a global event that should be visited for thousands of reasons. One of them is definitely related to the chance to learn more about Italian culinary traditions and assets.
The Expo 2015 pavilion of the Italian food industry was recently presented in Rome, where Fiere di Parma CEO Antonio Cellie introduced it as "the result of a 15-million-euro investment, coming almost exclusively from the private sector".
Italian Minister of Agricultural, Food and Forestry Policies Maurizio Martina believes that Expo Milan is offering Italy a unique occasion to showcase the greatness of our "food and agriculture heritage, which has an extraordinary history, quality and richness resulting from deep ties across the entire country". From May until October 2015, the Italian Pavillion will host 200 key food and agriculture sector companies and their 1,000 brand names.