Rescheduled from Friday 29 October to Monday 1 November, Il BonTà 2021 returns to Cremona, a unique event in which the food and wine excellence of local products is combined with food education and the new needs of the market.
Among the objectives of the seventeenth edition is to relaunch the consumption of quality made in Italy after a difficult period for the national economy.
With free admission for the public, consumers and industry operators will meet at the event in an articulated program of meetings and events, designed to win the attention of gourmets, restaurateurs and distribution operators.
Dozens of appointments, ranging from show cooking to workshops, from practical demonstrations with chefs to meetings on nutrition, to live performances.
Stands, events and meetings
In Pavilion 1 of CremonaFiere there will be over 100 exhibitors and products from all Italian regions. On display news and tradition in terms of cured meats, cheeses, pastries, jams and mustards, as well as wines and craft beers.
Massimo De Bellis, director of CremonaFiere: “Il BonTà 2021 represents an effective work tool for all restaurateurs who want to discover the best of the typical national production, but also involves the gourmets whom we wanted to pay homage with four days of appointments in the name of ‘recovery’ and restart. Certainly there will be guided tastings and presentations, but we will also host events of great interest for those who want to deepen the history and use of particular and uncommon products “.
Among the events that will animate the four days, there is also the conference organized by Accademia 5T “Dante, what have you missed” on the globalization of gastronomy at the time of Frederick II. There will also be the competition “The best Cremonese honey”, now in its 16th edition and curated by the Cremonese Bee Producers Association, and the Mustard Festival organized by the Cremona Chamber of Commerce.
As part of this last initiative, there will also be the exhibition “MA.MO – Mustard Manifests”, that is artistic posters inspired by historical mustard-themed advertising images.IL