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Monday, 8 March 2010

Barcelona is delicious

Alimentaria is a special event for gastromy lovers. Between 22 & 26 march, La Fira Gran Via will held the most important international food and beverages exhibition in Spain and one of the world’s leading events of this type.
A long list of associated activities makes Alimentaria an exhibition where there is always something to see and learn. Here you can see some examples:

Alimentaria and her technical secretary in BCNVanguardia, gsr - produccions of gastronomy, have designed a radically new concept for 2010: "Experience". Total interactivity and interaction. A conference at which talks, live and in person, will be accompanied by eating, smelling, touching, feeling and enjoying. It will be an 'experience' for the six senses, something never before seen at a Spanish culinary trade show.
The chefs taking part in 'Experience' will include Ferran Adrià, Juan Mari Arzak, Martín Berasategui, Christian Escribà, Carles Gaig, Alberto Herraiz, Belarmino Iglesias, Nando Jubany, Hideki Matsuhisa, Albert Raurich, Roberto Ruiz, Marcelo Tejedor, Sergio Torres and Javier Torres.

Alimentaria’s great wine cellar. But It should not be forgotten that Intervin is about much more than wines and cavas. A complete range of spirits, such as different types of rum, vodka, whisky, tequila and other alcoholic beverages, will make up the offerings at Alimentaria’s largest show, with 24,000 m2. Companies such as Freixenet, Codorniu, Miguel Torres, Juvé i Camps, Dinastía Vivanco, Osborne, González Byass, Protos, Felix Solis and Julian Chivite, among others, have already confirmed their attendance.

Vinorum is Intervin’s educational and tasting space, an international benchmark for learning, reflection and research involving wine. Top sommeliers, critics, experts and viticulturists are the stars of this conference.

Autonomous Communities Pavilion
The seventeen Spanish autonomous communities will be represented at Alimentaria 2010. It is a representative sample of the wealth of the Spanish food and beverage industry and its cuisine. Under the banner of this show, the autonomous community governments bring the best-known products of their region to their respective stands.

Also, the dedicated shows making up the exhibition are: Congelexpo –frozen products–, Expobebidas –soft drinks, bottled water, ciders, beers and musts–, Expoconser –fish and vegetable preserves–, Intercarn –meat & allied products–, Interlact –milk & dairy products–, Interpesca –seafood, aquaculture & farmed fish products–, Multiproducto –food products in general–, Mundidulce –sweets, biscuits & confectionery–, Restaurama –food & hospitality products and services–, Olivaria, the area dedicated to olive oil, -Ecological & Organic Food/Vegefruit, a show looking to the future and reflecting the industry's responses to increasingly concerned consumers.

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