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”... deriving from the Greek “diaita” meaning way of life,  the Mediterranean diet is a social practice based on the set of skills, knowledge and traditions ranging from the landscape to the table of the Mediterranean area, including the crops, harvest, fisheries, conservation, processing, preparation and, particularly, consumption of food” – 16th November 2010, Nairobi, Mediterranean Diet, intangible cultural heritage -  UNESCO
The 1st World Conference on the Mediterranean Diet will take place in Milan on 6 - 7 and 8 July 2016 in order to revitalize the Mediterranean Diet, from a healthy dietary pattern to a healthy Mediterranean sustainable lifestyle. 
 
Representatives of authoritative international scientific community will discuss this issue to reach a consensus on how to assess the adherence and the sustainability of the Mediterranean diet at the country level; and how to reconstruct, at least partly, a sustainable eating culture and life style more suited to the times and for all Mediterranean people.
 
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