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Cacao Camp

The cluster entirely dedicated to the world of cacao and chocolate that will take place during Terra Madre Salone del Gusto

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Domori partners with Slow Food to Promote the Culture of Aromatic Cacao

From September 20th to 24th, Terra Madre Salone del Gusto, the Slow Food coordinated international event dedicated to food, returns to Turin. Characterized by a focus on the protection of biodiversity and sustainable nutrition, this year’s show will host Cacao Camp, an area dedicated to the cacao and chocolate industry and its protagonists.

Cacao Camp : The Program

Cacao Camp will involve international guests, producers and Slow Food delegates who, together with the founder of Domori, Gianluca Franzoni, will contribute to deepen their knowledge in the world of cacao, sharing the interesting research that has distinguished them in this sector.

Within this in-depth area, in addition to seminars and workshops, part of the Domori production will be transferred to the Salone del Gusto. Thanks to the Bean to Bar Multi-process machines designed in collaboration with the company Tecno3, chocolate bars will be produced live daily. The Bean to Bar Multiprocess machines represent the first compact cocoa processing system. Starting from cocoa bean nibs, the machine completes each phase of chocolate production, preserving all quality, aromatic notes and preciousness of the most noble cacao. These "Domori for Terra Madre" bars’ proceeds will be donated to Slow Food’s ‘Food for Change’ campaign.

At Cacao Camp, there will be several seminars aimed at an audience of enthusiasts of all ages. In collaboration with Slow Food Education, children can learn about the cacao supply chain by learning where chocolate comes from, while those who want to discover the stories of the plantations and meet the faces of the most important experts on the subject can take part in other workshops.

At Cacao Camp, there will be several seminars aimed at an audience of enthusiasts of all ages. In collaboration with Slow Food Education, children can learn about the cacao supply chain by learning where chocolate comes from, while those who want to discover the stories of the plantations and meet the faces of the most important experts on the subject can take part in other workshops.

 
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