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29 April 2015

Adopt a school for Expo 2015

Fumagalli is taking part in the initiative of the Ministry of Education and employers’ association Confindustria by adopting the Parini Institute of Como.

With EXPO about to begin, this is a unique opportunity for everyone to learn more about issues related to nutrition.
It’s also a particularly appetising opportunity for young people and there are many initiatives that have been created to help schools visit the event in Milan.
Among these initiatives, one that stands out is “Adopt a school for the EXPO 2015” from the Ministry of Education, University and Research in association with Confindustria. The project is part of a larger program, www.togetherinexpo2015.it.
The invitation from the industrial organisation to its members is to participate individually, or in conjunction with other companies, in order to help both Italian and foreign schools with financial support, aimed at creating bridges between different areas of the country. This is a request to which Fumagalli Food Industry S.p.A. has responded positively by adopting the Parini Institute of Como, thus renewing an active commitment to education, which is also evident in several initiatives to strengthen the relations between the worlds of school and work.
The contribution of the companies is not limited only to financial help; they are also helping to develop support for projects and to identify themes that connect the areas and pavilions of Expo Milano 2015. Among the events not to be missed, there will be the “Sustainable Industrial Nutrition Exhibition”, presented by Fiorenzo Galli, Director General of the National Museum of Science and Technology, in a press preview. Located in the Southeast Cardo, inside the Italian Pavilion, the exhibition will show how safe, high quality and affordable foods can be produced in sufficient quantity, thanks to industry and technology that also respects the environment. A display covering 900 m sq on two floors, with creative attractions that incorporate multimedia, will illustrate the food chain, from seed to plate. This will be an engaging and emotional experience for everyone and which students are invited to take part in so that they can understand the best of Made in Italy and how it is helping to transform the way Italy is perceived throughout the world.

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