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The Gluten Free Expo is the first exhibition in Italy entirely dedicated to food and products without gluten.
Held in Rimini, it spans over 4 days and it is dedicated to meeting the needs of the celiac community, from the public to the companies and the restaurant industry. Attendees will find new ideas and suggestions for the promotion and the use of gluten-free food. Great expectations for the 2015 edition that has been sponsored by the Ministry of Economic Development, confirming it has become an important event for the gluten-free food industry.
Despite being quite young, the gluten-free market is dynamic and steadily growing. The Gluten Free Expo is the only fair where the market players can find everything they are looking for. Since the Gluten Free Expo is the only important event for this market, the 2015 edition will host exhibitors able to meet the needs of the entire production chain: from raw materials to tools and machineries, and from semi-finished products to beverages.
The attendance of media partners and trade associations is a further proof of the growing importance of this thematic among the professionals. Gluten Free Expo fair is the perfect starting point to examine in depth the needs of the celiac community.
ABOUT THE EVENT
Meetings, conferences and presentations are reinforced with laboratories where expert Chefs will provide practical cooking demonstrations of gluten-free food usage.
The schedule of the event includes also cooking shows, seminars and panel discussions about the gluten-free market, as well as presentations of the latest books that focus on some key topics.
The fair will host a PIZZA LAB, where the best pizza makers will reveal the secret of the perfect gluten-free pizza and a MASTER LAB, where expert chefs and the most important gluten-free food companies will provide cooking demonstrations. A JUNIOR LAB will allow children (aged 5 to 12 years old) to experiment gluten-free recipes and a CONFERENCE ROOM will host seminars and conferences about the celiac disease. A SELF SERVICE RESTAURANT and a GLUTEN FREE BAR will always be open for a break.