Gourmands and Gourmets… The World Pasta Day does exist!

October 23th 2015 by Giulia

World Pasta day 2015 – Where and When


World Pasta Day 2015 - Milan, ItalyWorld Pasta Day 2015 - Milan, Italy

Born to celebrate Pasta, food consumed and beloved all over the world, the World Pasta Day is held every year in a different country.

This year the event is held in Italy, the country that has chosen pasta as a national dish as well as a symbol of the Made in Italy.

The World Pasta Day 2015 will be held on October 25th in Milan, and particularly in the frame of Expo 2015.

Journalists, producers, experts, nutritionists, economists and opinion leaders from around the world will be there to debate on the main topic: the nutritional value of pasta and its importance in a healthy and balanced diet, according to Expo core theme “Feeding the planet, energy for life”.

The following days, on October 26th and 27th, scientists and experts will take part in the fifth edition of the World Pasta Congress and will discuss on the same important mentioned theme.

Are you a pasta addicted too?

Then you should test your knowledge: check out our infographic “What kind of pasta is on your plate?” 

Click the image to enlarge :)
World Pasta Day 2015 - Infographic Types of PastaWorld Pasta Day 2015 - Infographic Types of Pasta


More information about the event: http://www.worldpastaday2015.org/

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