Back in Lariofiere di Erba (CO), from 25th to 28th April, the popular festival dedicated to the revaluation of the agricultural, forestry, livestock supply chain and the promotion of rural tourism and the naturalistic and environmental heritage. Strengths of the Show are the enhancement of the agricultural supply chain and the natural heritage, the recognized quality of the agri-food and forestry products on display and the diversification and innovation of the issues pertaining to the agricultural sector and environmental sustainability. Lariofiere, convinced of the potential of the sector, through this exhibition aims to underline and bring out the business potentials linked to the agricultural, forestry, livestock supply chain and the promotion of rural tourism and the naturalistic and environmental heritage, focusing on the virtuous union of tradition and innovation. Expectations are high on the presence of the public: the previous editions have in fact exceeded 31,000 visitors. To increase the interest, a rich program of events and workshops that will accompany guests throughout the festival. Space for local products, all types of show cooking, aperitifs and breakfast. And again, lots of spaces and events dedicated to the little ones, who can have fun learning. Conferences dedicated to biodiversity, floral competitions, attention to oil and honey. We will also talk about the relationship between cutting-edge technology evolution, such as nanotechnologies, and agriculture: nature and development have always been in close contact, in human history. Obviously there is a farmer market, and for the companies present there will be important business opportunities, with business meetings between farmers and restaurateurs. The underlying thought of the event aims to stimulate curiosity and awareness in the choice of typical products, in the skilful processing of the same in the kitchen, with attention to sustainability, and in supporting producers who, often in a heroic way, keep some productions alive niche of foods and wines that make up the colorful rainbow of our food and wine heritage. Keeping these traditions alive and handing them down over time, always keeping an eye on modernity, will allow us not to lose the true bond with our land.