17 September

Terroir On the Plate: A New Agriculture Is Necessary For Healthier Food 

BRA-Cinema Impero – Via Vittorio Emanuele II, 211

The taste of food, just like nutritional properties, comes from the land where it’s grown, and the microbiota of the soil. For this reason, the biome of the terrain and the agricultural techniques used contribute to the promotion and the uniqueness of Made in Italy. Then there’s symbiotic agriculture, a new method of cultivation and animal raising based on the symbiosis between different actors in the food chain: the land, animals, and human beings. To conceive this new model there is a path to follow: one focused on quality, improving the fertility of the soil, enriching the intestinal microbiota through the use of mycorrhizae and good bacteria in the terrain.

Free entrance while seats last. 

Moderator: Maurizio Tropeano, Journalist for La Stampa
Giusto Giovannetti, CCS Aosta S.r.l
Sergio Capaldo, President at Simbiotic Veterinarian
Massimiliano Probo, University of Turin
Francesco Sottile, Agronomist
Maria Caramelli, General Director at F.F. Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale del Piemonte Liguria e Valle d’Aosta (IZSPLVA)
Nutritionist at Italian Society for Human Nutrition (SINU)

17 September

10:30 - 12:00