Food is a living anthropological record and agriculture is the culture of the territory - it connects human practice with nature. In just one recipe, you see stories of entire communities, social relationships, cultural practices.
Rituals, times and values are directly linked to the relationship with food.
We are in a moment of alarming loss of biodiversity and local memories.
The monoculture of the earth brings with it the monoculture of the mind, and the safeguarding of biodiversity is the protection of the identity and memory of entire cultures, which in turn care for and sow the diversity of the earth.
Food is the tool to transform this reality, and we value and reinforce the link between cultural practices and foods, between knowledge and flavors, inseparable from each other, within an integrated eco-socio-cultural approach.
valorization and reinforcement of the link between cultural practices and food, knowledge and flavor.