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WATCH: 6th edition of Italian Cuisine Week held in Accra

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The 6th edition of Italian Cuisine Week, Sapori S’Italia climaxed on Wednesday 24th November in Accra.

Held at The Italian Ambassador to Ghana’s residence, the event saw in attendance some notable dignitaries including Hon. Mark Okraku Mantey (Dep. Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture), Alessandro Gerbino (The Italian Trade Agency Commissioner), Kodjo Adovor (certified Italian Wine Professional and Vinitaly International Academy Italian Wine Ambassador),  Bola Ray (Media Mogul and entrepreneur), and Kwabena Kwabena (Elite Ghanaian highlife musical artiste).

Others were major representatives of the Ghanaian business and financial sector, heads of government agencies, captains of industry, corporate heads and business operatives, as well as representatives of the Italian business community, among others.

According to Her Excellency Danielad’Orlandi, the Italian Ambassador to Ghana “all the Italian Embassies, Consulates, Cultural Institutes and Trade Offices around the world celebrate the Italian cuisine and traditions and our high-quality agri-food products, as well as the Mediterranean Diet”.

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This year’s edition aims to promote more sustainable and environmentally mindful consumption and combine innovations to bring new gastronomical charms to traditional dishes of Italy

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On display during the event were some delicious foods prepared by top Italian chefs as well as the best-known wine brands from Italy including Prosecco Vintage Brut from the Italian region of Veneto, Gattinara Travaglini from Piedmont, Brunello di Montalcino from Tuscany and Sauvignon Suade IGT from Friuli Venezia Giulia.

 

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