Published on : Saturday, April 4, 2015
The Food Innovation Program was the subject of the Press conference held on April 1, at Food Innovation Centre in Reggio Emila. Though the conference is strongly rooted in its local area, it also has a large international scope. The project consists of an International Master’s degree in food innovation founded by the University of Modena and Reggio Emila, institute for ‘The Future of Palo Alto’ and the Future Food Institute of Bologna, with sponsorship being provided by Reggio Emilia City Council, the Reggio Emilia Regional Council and EXPO2015.
Twenty talented student from Kenya, Congo, Zimbabwe, Canada, USA, UK, Brazil, Mexico and Italy will work on developing radical innovations in the food sector, under the guidance of academics, entrepreneurs and the most important international experimenters on food and (and the processes linked to its production, transformation and consumption).
Balanced between tradition and new technologies, subverting the current paradigms to cause changes or even revolutions with positive consequences on society, the students will follow a master’s course packed full of event, many of which open to the public.
The participation of Smeg, is as a technical sponsor of the project. Kitchens have always been pleasure for experimenting, learning and work shopping new ideas. Even before the idea of a workshop was invented, the kitchen filled the criteria.
Smeg has the love of enhancing the functionality of the everyday shines through here, modifying surroundings with the aesthetic and trend setting styles.
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