Nutrition Without Borders and the project BCN comparteix el menjar (BCN shares food) has been selected as an example of Good Practice for the Spain Pavilion at Expo Milano 2015. The project has been selected among 126 examples of Good Practice that are currently being developed in Spain, related with three major challenges about food: the promotion of balanced diet for people and the planet, the reducing food waste and the strengthening for agricultural innovation to feed the planet. Varied proposals that offer an interesting mosaic of such initiatives and projects in the field which are being developed in our country about the food sustainability. All of it in the Pavilion of Spain, under the theme “The language of taste,” which is located in the Expo Milano 2015 with the mission to show what brings Spain to the global food scene; his starring role in the great global challenges to ensure feeding a growing population and especially its important role as suppliers of products for a healthy and balanced diet. On June 4, Isabel García Tejerina, Minister of Agriculture of the Spanish Government will present the results of the call in the Pavilion of Spain, in a ceremony in addition to publicizing the projects received, will reveal those who have been selected for the jury as most relevant in each category, which will have a special role in the Pavilion as part of a program of specific activities that will also present the Minister.
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