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Italian Food Week celebrates the joy of Italian cuisine | Culture – Sports

Italian Ambassador to Vietnam, Antonio Alessandro and chef Marco Squizzato at the launch of Hanoi Italian Food Week (Photo: VNA)

Hanoi (VNS/VNA) – The 7th Italian Food Week in Vietnam under the theme “Conviviality, sustainability and innovation: Italian cooking ingredients for people’s health and saving the planet” is held to celebrate and share the joy of Italian cuisine.

This year’s program took place on November 16 in many restaurants in Hanoi and Da Lat with the participation of chef Marco Squizzato of the Federazione Italiana Cuochi (Federation of Italian Chefs), who has over 20 years of experience as a chef and has won numerous international awards.

Many events will take place in Hanoi to promote the health and authenticity of Italian culinary culture and the excellence of Made in Italy agrifood.

Italian Ambassador to Vietnam Antonio Alessandro said Italy is a strong country in food production and export. In particular, the food manufacturing industry has shown a great rebound, with positive growth despite the negative impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Every year, Italy holds the “Italian Food Week” in Vietnam and many countries around the world with the desire to promote Italian dishes and products as well as the unique characteristics of Italian culture, lifestyle and people. origins, in order to preserve the health of Italians. The event also aims to promote the exchange between Italian food culture and the unique cuisine of the Vietnamese people.

Another issue shared by the Italian ambassador is the “authentic choice” warning for consumers. He said products made in Italy are the most copied brands in the world. He hoped that Vietnamese consumers would buy Italian food from authorized dealers to have authentic products produced, packaged and preserved according to Italian standards.

During the week, selected Italian restaurants in Vietnam will also present a “special menu” combining tradition, sustainability and innovation./.

ANV