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Salone del Gusto 2002: facts and figures


Italy - 04 Jun 02

Dates and timetables

October 23 2002: Slow Food Award Turin 2002 presentation ceremony
October24 2002: inauguration of the Salone del Gusto
October 28 2002: conclusion of the Salone del Gusto
11am: opening
11pm: closure

Spaces:
50,000 sq m total surface area
15,000 sq m ‘Buon Paese’ Market and Italian Presidia
7,500 sq m Taste Workshops
3,200 sq m World Market and International Presìdia
2,000 sq m ‘Buon Paese’ Piazza
1,600 sq m World Cuisines in the Piazza
1,400 sq m Enoteca
‘Buon Paese’ and World Markets
500 Italian and foreign exhibitors
12 theme roads (according to product categories) through the ‘Buon Paese’ market
30 nations represented in the World Market

The Presìdia
130 Italian Presìdia
20 International Presìdia

The ‘Buon Paese’ Piazza
6 Bottegas
4 Osterias
1 Aula Magna of Taste
World Cuisines in the Piazza
8 geographical areas with their culinary traditions (Japan, Mexico, Turkey and Kurdistan, Canada, Guadeloupe and Martinique, Great Britain, Spain, Morocco).

Enoteca
2,500 Italian and foreign labels

Taste Workshops
309 Taste Workshops (seating for 60 at each) with sound amplification and simultaneous translation, 125 featuring food and drink specialties from all over the world and 35 Italian and International Presidia products. 36 will be open to 120 participants.

Focus On Italian Regions
6 Italian regions and their traditional cuisine
(Abruzzo, Emilia Romagna, Puglia, Sicily, Tuscany and Veneto)

Dinner Dates
47 restaurants all over Piedmont
65 lunches and dinners, 15 of which cooked by foreign chefs

Slow Food Itineraries
21 ‘Slow’ excursions throughout Piedmont

Admission
18 € entrance ticket
12 € entrance ticket for Slow Food members
54 € season ticket for the duration (5 days) of the Salone
36 € season ticket for the duration (5 days) of the Salone for Slow Food members
5% of proceeds will be donated to the International Presìdia.