What is the state of the Italian school canteen? How is it evolving both in the light of health and sustainability indicators and in reference to the safety constraints imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic?
The Foodinsider observatory represents a useful comparison to share the good practices of the most virtuous municipalities. Now in its fifth edition, the rating has joined the survey on menus with a new survey that found opportunities and risks of the post-lockdown canteen. The presentation of qualitative and quantitative data of the survey introduces reflections that call for interventions to improve the quality of the meal and reduce its environmental impact.
In this pandemic phase, school menus have a great responsibility: that of feeding and strengthening the immune defenses of all children, especially those in the weaker sections of the population, for whom eating at school is the only real meal of the day. A fact that puts the school back at the center and the need to preserve it from another lockdown.
- Hon. Rossella Muroni, vice president of the Environment Commission of the House
- Claudia Paltrinieri, director Foodinsider
- Francesca Rocchi, Slow Food delegate for canteens
- Giulio Barocco, university health company of Trieste
The press conference, organized by Foodinsider in collaboration with Slow Food, will be streamed live on this platform. To participate, connect to this same link or to the homepage of the site, where the live broadcast will be highlighted.
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Event languages: IT