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MedDiet – Mediterranean Diet And Enhancement Of Traditional Foodstuff I-A/1.1/152

EU Programme
CBCMED ENPI – Cross-Border Cooperation in the Mediterranean
Lead Partner
Unioncamere/Chamber of Commerce of Cagliari (Italy)
Italian partners
Special Agency Center of services for entreprises (Sardinia Region)
Olive Oil Towns Association (Tuscany Region)
Forum of the Adriatic and Ionian Chambers of Commerce (Marche Region)
Foreign partners
Mediterranean Diet Foundation (Spain)
Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Tunisia (Tunisia)
The Routes of Olive Tree (Greece)
Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Messinia (Greece)
AEMO – Spanish Association of Olive Cities (Spain)
ASCAME – Association of Mediterranean Chambers of Commerce and Industry (Spain)
CEEBA – Confederation of Egyptian Business Associations (Egypt)
INRAT – National Agriculturel Research Institute of of Tunisia (Tunisia)
Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture of Beirut (Lebanon)
Duration of the project
30 months
Total cost of the project
€ 4,996,972.82
Budget of AIC Forum
€ 76,203.58
Objectives
To raise awareness of the Mediterranean diet and its features as an integral part of the Mediterranean way of life and as. a vehicle for the development, stability and solidarity in the Mediterranean area
Activities
– Initiatives of nutrition education in primary and secondary schools
– Initiatives of nutrition education for consumers
– Communication campaigns
– Training on the best technologies for the production and processing of foods of the Mediterranean Diet
– Training in Marketing and Communication on foods of the Mediterranean Diet
– Pilot projects for the construction of a mark of quality restaurants in the Mediterranean Diet
– Exchange of experiences on policies / measures / initiatives:
a) the protection and preservation of products and foods of the Mediterranean diet (designations of origin, geographical. indications, traditional products, organic farming);
b) the promotion of the Mediterranean Diet nutritional education through seminars, training courses, study visits
– Feasibility study for the creation of a Mediterranean shared system for the protection of the traditional products of the. Mediterranean Diet

Web site
http://www.med-diet.eu/
MED-DIET BROCHURE.

Contacts:
Astrid Pavesic – tel.+39 071 5898266 mail: astrid.pavesic@an.camcom.it