AVRAMAR is very proud to have been able to attend and sponsor, on November 30th and December 1st, the 3rd annual Tomorrow Tastes Mediterranean conference of The Culinary Institute of America organized by the Torribera Mediterranean Center. The main topics discussed were the strategies for planetary health, sustainable Mediterranean aquaculture, oliveoil benefits, the future of plant-forward diets, and the next food and foodsystem models.
This amazing 2-day event was a joint project of the Universitat de Barcelona and the Culinary Institute of America. The Mediterranean Diet is among the world’s healthiest diets–a fact supported by decades of scientific research–and AVRAMAR is proud to be a key player in increasing the adoption of this dietary pattern around the world.
AVRAMAR was honored to join the “Mediterranean Aquaculture: Sustainable Blue Food and the Restaurant Sector” session moderated by renowned Chef Maria Loi. AVRAMAR Group analyst and member of the Sustainability Committee, Andrea Viken, contributed her expertise to the session, discussing how aquaculture plays an important role in sustainability and nutrition.
Finally, we had the opportunity to invite all guests to fall in love at first bite with our fish! During lunch, Chef Mikel Astorga Mateos prepared a delicious meal with AVRAMAR’s Stone Bass.
As a result, the conclusion from the event was clear: Together we can enhance Mediterranean traditions while innovating through sustainable practices…and continue making incredible-tasting, healthful meals!