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The Mediterranean’s fish, its stories and the problems it faces will be the focus of Slow Fish 2009, to be held April 17-20 in the Genoa Fiera’s new Pavilion B, designed by Jean Nouvel and facing the sea.
Come shop at the Market, and explore our local gastronomic traditions at the Taste Islands and Seafood Osterias
Slow Food Presidia will describe products and production methods to be discovered and protected, while in-depth discussions of topical issues will take place during the Water Workshops. At the Enoteca, you can taste the best wines to pair with seafood, and at Street Food and the new Fishwiches area you can find out how even fast food can also be good, clean and fair.
Taste education plays a vital role in this latest Slow Fish event, with workshops, meetings and courses for children and adults, cooking demonstrations by great chefs and tips on everyday shopping. Education is the cornerstone of Slow Fish, as represented most concretely by the Fare’s Fair campaign. Good practices of conscious and intelligent seafood consumption mean you can make choices that are tasty, economical and good for us and our seas.
Friday April 17, Saturday April 18 and Sunday April 19: 11 am to 11 pm
Monday April 20: 11 am to 8 pm
available directly from the Fiera ticket counters
Full: € 5
Concessions* (see the list of valid concessions in the website): €2
Slow Food members: free
Children under 10: free
Pass (4 days): €15
To buy tickets for Slow Fish events (Taste Workshops, Theater of Taste, Meet the Fishermen, Master of Food, Personal Shopping Service), please go to the Bookable Events section of the site.
Note: reservations will only be accepted up to April 3, 2009. Any places remaining will be sold exclusively during Slow Fish at the event reception desks located on the ground level of Pavilion B.
For any further information, please visit the website: