The Pavilions more relevant to the idea of “Feeding The Planet”

The Pavilions more relevant to the idea of “Feeding The Planet”

This  year’s topics was chosen by the organizing country and it is:”Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life”.

We made a small list choosing 3 pavilions that really reflect this topic.

At the first place we find the Padiglione Zero. You can find a number of areas, tracing the history of man on the planet and its relationship with food: from the invention of agriculture and livestock, the need to preserve food, to technical progress, to the paradoxes of the modern world.

In the second position we have the Switzerland Pavilion. Many people call it the store of salt, water, apples and coffee, from which everyone can draw what he wants for free by taking the desired quantities of food.

Until arriving finally in third place as we place the Israel Pavilion. Unfortunately not everyone is aware of the problems that Israel is facing daily. This country is set in a very arid area, the Negev desert. The Expo pavilion tells us how Israelis overcame difficulties connected to this land.

Israel has a partnership with the SCOW Project

Israel has a partnership with the SCOW Project

SCOW (Selective Collection of the Organic Waste in tourist areas and valorization in farm composting plants), is a 3-year European project (2013-2015) funded by the ENPI CBCMED program, aiming to develop low cost, technically simple and high quality bio-waste collection and recycling models in territories with touristic areas and agricultural activity.

The goal of this program is to define an innovative and sustainable bio-waste management system through effective collection and waste treatment into decentralized small-scale composting plants, this would be able to be reproduced in other Mediterranean zones, reducing impacts at source, through a simple management of the bio-waste collection and treatment with the idea of self-sufficiency.

It was presented few days ago at Expo Milano 2015.

Among the different partnership, Israel contributes in this project with the MIGAL’s institute. The Galilee Research Institute is an applied research organization specializing in the fields of biotechnology, environmental and agriculture sciences.


One of the benefits is that this project will improve general waste management, closing the cycle of the organic matter in countries with an important lack of organic carbon at soil. In addiction to that, there will be the creation of new economical activity, even at waste collection and treatment sectors and compost selling.


The Bread Feast at Expo Milan 2015

The Bread Feast at Expo Milan 2015

Today at Expo Milano 2015 we celebrate the “Bread Festa” , involving all participants from all over the world.

The parade will start from Piazza Italy from 11:30 where representatives of countries , in traditional dress , will bring with them a basket with the type of bread that characterizes their land or to witness one specific aspect of the theme of the World Expo “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life ” . 

  The organization was established in collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture, Food . The “Bread Festa” will call since the morning , visitors discover recipes that have made bread the main element in the diets of all peoples of the world .  From the Israeli Pavillon it will start a parade that includes free tastings of Hummus , followed in the afternoon with some tastes of Pita with Nutella.

Among the many types of bread , they will present the Panuozzo Campania , a sandwich made with pizza dough and stuffed with sausage Neapolitan , eggplant parmesan , mozzarella and tomato caprese .