Traditional foods are increasingly attracting the interest of consumers and manufacturers. Despite several attempt to a formal definition, tradition is intrinsically local and diverse, escaping deterministic classification.
BaSeFood (Sustainable exploitation of bioactive compo-nents from the Black Sea area traditional foods; www.basefood-fp7.eu) is a EU FP7 funded project, ending in October 2012. Coordinated by the University of Bologna, Italy, the project aims at investigating several aspects of plant origin Black Sea Area traditional foods.
Traditional Food International ( TFI-2012 ) is an international meeting, organised in corre-spondence with BaSeFood end. Without the ambition of being olistic, TFI-2012 is aimed and putting together dif-ferent approaches and disciplines for the study of all as-pects of traditional foods.
The Street Food session will try to link traditional and street foods, introducing the dissemination activities with-in the annual Cesena Street food festival.
On behalf of the organising committee, we cordially invite you to attend the TFI-2012, looking forward to see you in Cesena
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