Chickpeas salad

Chickpeas salad

Chickpeas salad with tomatoes and salted ricotta is easy to prepare and is ideal for a summer lunch.

People’s Expo: civil society’s international forum gives voice to those working the land

People’s Expo: civil society’s international forum gives voice to those working the land

Alongside the Milan world exposition (Expo Milano 2015) there is People’s Expo, the international Forum of the civil society and farmers’ movements that will be held in Milan, at the Fabbrica del Vapore, from 3rd to 5th June 2015, to respond to the “Feeding the Planet” challenge, by implementing the principles of Food Sovereignty and Environmental Justice.     During People’s Expo, 150 NGO’s

Tempting cherries

Tempting cherries

Beautiful but also delicious fruits, cherries are considered by scientists an elixir of life. Absolutely to be tasted.

Itinerary: 10 cities to taste Italy’s most famous dishes

Itinerary: 10 cities to taste Italy’s most famous dishes

A trip back in time to discover the origins and places where Italian traditional culinary delights were created for the first time. An itinerary to discover Italian regions through a selection of Italy’s most famous and scrummy dishes that whet your appetite.   Teglio and its pizzoccheri. Lombardy Pizzoccheri is a typical dish from Valtellina,

World hunger has dropped. Next target? Zero-hunger rate

World hunger has dropped. Next target? Zero-hunger rate

People suffering from hunger in the world have dropped, registering a decrease of 10 million people, moving from 805 to 795 million people over the last 2 years. Data are even more significant due to the fact that between 1990 and 1992 the number of hungry people exceeded 1 billion.     The new figures

Seed oils for cooking

Seed oils for cooking

Rich in healthy substances, seed oils have a number of properties and are used in cooking in a variety of ways. The all-important thing is to buy organic oil only. Here’s why.

French supermarkets will be banned from throwing away food

French supermarkets will be banned from throwing away food

French supermarkets, larger than 400 square metres, can no longer throw away or destroy edible food. The French national assembly, the lower house of the French Parliament, approved unanimously a law against food waste of shops and supermarkets. Lawbreakers will be sanctioned up to 75,000 euros or 2 years in jail.   Supermarkets are thus