They care about safety, well-being and sustainability. They are interested in the social impact of brands, they use social networks to communicate more efficiently and they expect to find information about materials and product origin on labels, because they care about the environment and the impact of consumption on people's lives and the planet.
This, according to Sofia della Torre, creator of gastronomic content. An English teacher and certified cook, she is dedicated to the photographic design and preparation of food rec ...Read more
His Instagram blog was recently presented in Vogue and Tatler as one of the best food blogs in Hong Kong. Andrew is a banker by day and a foodie by night.Read more
For Sasha Wang, born and raised in China, Florentine by adoption, and a lover of Italian cuisine, the food experience is an essential part of life and one’s personality.Read more
Meat and fish prepared in a lab might be a trend, but prices need to be accessible. Half Norwegian, half Danish journalist Helle sees a future comprising mainly healthy and functio ...
Passionate about cooking and Mediterranean culture, Molly Sears-Piccavey loves to travel and identify the flavours of the world in what she cooks. Her mantra? The carbon footprint ...
Closely tied to Puglia and tradition, but ready to open themselves up to new flavours and risky combinations. Food and young people, in the words of Andrea and Valentina Piertrocol ...
The food of the future comes from the past, from a love for the earth and respect for the seasons and environment. This, according to Anna Chertkova, a Russian blogger and Italophi ...
Supporting local producers to shorten the food supply chain, favouring organic foods and living in a healthy, ‘slower’ way. The mantra of Julie Pedroni at Gipsy Jungle.
More smoothies and super foods but with one eye always on the label. Detailed and clear. This, the opinion of Yasmin Saadi. Let’s get to know her better.
In selecting a product, the consumer is attentive to traceability, favour the Made in Italy and sometimes opt for organic, but not always. Meat or fish? Everything in moderation.