Mediterranean Food – Expo 2015

mediterranean food - expo 2015

Expo Milan 2015, the Universal Exposition, has just opened its door to more than everyone. Extraordinary exhibitions, amazing architectures, and most of all, an endless number of events will engage visitors with the official theme of “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life”. Visitors will have the possibility to take a trip around the world, sampling the food and traditions of people from all over the globe. They will also have the chance to touch with hands some of the cutting-edge technology that may affect the way we will live our planet and design our building in the near future.

The concept of the Cluster “Bio-Mediterraneum: Health, Beauty and Harmonyis” is based upon Mediterranean cuisine: it aims to recreate the colors, tastes, and aromas that are typical of Mediterranean cultures. Evoking the image of typical Mediterranean towns, this Cluster features a large main central square, paved in various shades of blue, reminiscent of the Mediterranean sea.
For your wedding day, choose Mediterranean flavours, aromas and dishes: your guest will remain speechless. Choose a menu that reflects you and your beloved, conveying the energy and the strength of your love, enhancing the peculiarity  of the Mediterranean: biodynamic wine, organic olive oil, market food production. Med in Style will assist you step by step, without neglecting any detail of your Mediterranean wedding. Accuracy in the choice of the location and of the menu is prominent in order to turn your Italian wedding reception in an experience of high class gastronomy.
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