Can you imagine a world without chocolate? No? But will it always be available and what are the challenges the makers face today? And did you know, just like wine, the taste of your chocolate varies depending on where the cocoa comes from? You can learn about all of this at Chocolate Festival. Chocoa Festival is the place where you learn the process from bean to bar, discover the wide variety of flavours in good cocoa and better chocolate, taste many food pairings while being guided by your favourite chocolate makers.
A two day Chocolate Festival in the heart of Amsterdam! Tasting, enjoying and discovering new flavours with wine, coffee and craft beer at the more than 85 stands. Take a journey through the cocoa chain and learn how chocolate is being made from bean to bar. A full day programme of tastings and presentations given by experts.
MFSP no SIAL 2018 – Vejam novidades a partir de 21/10/2018.
31/10 > 04/11 – Port Versalles – Paris
MFSP no Salon Du Chocolat 2018 – Vejam novidades do Salon a partir de 31/10/2018.
The New England Chocolate Festival brings you together with 16 New England chocolate companies to taste, learn, and interact. The companies invited to participate in the Festival have all been hand-selected for their focus on quality and ethics. They prize craftsmanship and flavor excellence while sourcing ingredients in a transparent manner. Also attending are several cacao and chocolate producers from countries including Brazil, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Haiti, Mexico, Peru, Thailand, Venezuela, and Vietnam.
The Festival includes a Chocolate Pavilion featuring chocolate makers, chocolatiers, cacao producers, and related vendors selling and sampling their wares and chatting with attendees. It also features:
- Classroom lectures and tastings
- A Chocolate Sensorium, an exhibit space devoted to hands-on sensory exploration of the cacao- and chocolate-producing process
- A Chocolate Escape Room
- A café with coffee and chocolate drinks and desserts
- Industry experts and celebrities from around the world
- Workshops and demos with expert professionals (additional ticket fee)
The New England Chocolate Festival is organized by the Fine Cacao and Chocolate Institute (FCCI) – a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization devoted to identifying, developing, and promoting fine cacao and chocolate – in collaboration with a number of partners. Any proceeds support FCCI.
Promovido pelo Instituto de Embalagens, o Painel ANUGA 2015 será realizado no dia 5 de novembro. A MFSP irá participar com uma apresentação sobre Tendências da ANUGA 2015.
Este ano, pela décima vez, as ruas da cidadezinha de Bra, no norte da Itália (onde o movimento Slow Food nasceu e tem sua sede) serão novamente invadidas por produtores de queijo, pastores, acadêmicos, jornalistas e apreciadores de queijos do mundo inteiro. O Cheese, evento bienal do Slow Food dedicado ao universo dos queijos artesanais, será realizado de 18 a 21 de setembro de 2015, com destaque para os produtos dos delicados ecossistemas de montanha (http://cheese.slowfood.com/en/).
Flemish Food Bash is the very first international festival of ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Gastronomy’ taking place on July 5th at the beach of Oostduinkerke (B). With 40 chefs from more than 24 different countries, an audience of over 5000 people from the F&B industry, DJ’s, mixologists and baristas, Flemish Food Bash offers a unique setting. You will meet the best butchers, bakers, cheesemakers and pastry chefs during this 18h lasting festival. Flemish Food Bash is also a very affordable festival, with fixed food and drinks prices (http://www.flemishfoodbash.com).