03-06-2022 by redazione
Tomorrow, Saturday, June 4 in the food court of the Village Market shopping center in Gigiri, the expo "Italian Food Festival," an initiative promoted and organized by Comites Kenya with the collaboration of the Embassy of Italy in Kenya, will be inaugurated and will continue on Sunday, June 5. The food and wine event, which groups and promotes a number of businesses that will display their imported or local products related to Italian culture and tradition, with social implications as well, has also been included in the list of initiatives of the Embassy of Italy in Kenya and the Institute of Italian Culture in Nairobi on the occasion of the celebration of the anniversary of the founding of the Italian Republic. Tomorrow, in fact, the Comites will organize in concert with the Embassy a refreshment, from 12 noon to 2 p.m., to meet their compatriots and share a date together, with many specialties of our home.
The following exhibitors will participate in the Italian Food & Wine Festival: Queen Deli, New Italycor, Meru Herbs, Room Wine Kenya, Il Giocoliere, Caffè del Duca, Enoteca Wines Agencies, Rabai Honey, Tuinuike No One Out. The Italian Agency for Development Cooperation will also be present.
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