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07/09/2015

La Dieta Mediterranea come modello di dieta sostenibile 

08/06/2015

 

Project by Arch. Loreto Papadia, concept Dr. Sandro Dernini

 

15/05/2015

ALL'EXPO

durante la conferenza internazionale MED DIET EXPO 2015 è stata lanciata la nuova nozione di "MED DIET 4.0"
per valorizzare la Dieta Mediterranea non solo per le sue caratteristiche salutar ma anche per sue altre tre importanti dimensioni: basso impatto ambientale, alto valore culturale/sociale, ed rilevante riscontro economico territoriale

 

Sandro Dernini, Diana Bracco, Antonia Trichopoulou, Lluis Serra Majem alla chiusura del Med Diet EXPO event, 14 Maggio, Conference Center, Expo, Milano

"MED DIET 4.0 è più di un modello alimentare - afferma Sandro Dernini, segretario generale dell'International foundation of Mediterranean Diet - E' un modo di vivere l'alimentazione mediterranea. La Med Diet 4.0 si propone come uno stile di vita attuale e contemporaneo, che non può prescindere da queste 4 dimensioni".

Ma gli interlocutori per la diffusione della dieta mediterranea non sono solo i consumatori. "Ci siamo resi conto - prosegue Dernini - che non è solo il consumatore ma anche il produttore e quindi la food industry che deve capire i bisogni che ci sono dietro una nuova domanda: la dieta mediterranea è un insieme di prodotti, di stili di vita e modi di rapportarsi ecco perchè siamo arrivati alla dieta 4.0, perchè tutti questi aspetti interagiscono tra loro".


29/04/2015

AN INTERNATIONAL EVENT

14 MAY 2015

EXPO CONFERENCE CENTER - MILAN

 

Organized  jointly by

FORUM ON MEDITERRANEAN FOOD CULTURES-CIHEAM BARI-CNR-CRA-ENEA


Patronage  

Minister of Agriculture, Food and Forestry, Italy

Minister of Health, Italy


Collaboration with

International Foundation of Mediterranean Diet (IFMeD)

CIISCAM/Sapienza University of Rome- SAPIEXPO-

Fondazione Dieta Mediterranea

 

The full programme can be downloaded from:

http://www.meddietexpo2015.com/pdf/programma_completo.pdf 

The event is divided into five parts:

In the morning:  1) The first part is dedicate to the  political scene and includes the participation of the Minister of Agriculture, Food and Forestry and the Minister of Health and highest levels representatives of organizing partners (CNR, CRA, ENEA, CIHEAM and Forum on Mediterranean Food Cultures); 2) The event continues with the launch of the MED DIET EXPO 2015 CALL: TIME TO ACT", addressed by the Secretary General of the CIHEAM; In the afternoon: 3) A first conference will be devoted to the presentations of research projects  by the main national research organizations, for promoting the Mediterranean diet and testing its value; 4) A second conference will be held on "The Mediterranea Diet in the Context of Sustainable Food Systems", co-chaired by Sandro Dernini and Roberto Capone, in collaboration with the FAO/UNEP Sustainable Food System Program and CIHEAM.  5) Finally, the event will close with a Round Table on "What is the Mediterranean diet today?"

27/04/2015


CIHEAM

with the Technical Collaboration of FAO

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP

MEDITERRANEAN SUSTAINABLE FOOD SYSTEMS

TOWARDS THE EXPO MILAN 2015

23 APRIL 2015

Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Bari

Valenzano, Bari

29/03/2015

 

M.A.D. FESTIVAL, Montpellier, France, 28 March, 2015,  Jean-Francoise Rossi, Elias Castanas, Sandro Dernini, Mariette Gerber,  Martine Padilla, Edmond Meroni, Joseph Verfcauteren, Florence Coureau, Laurent Pourcel, Dina Nikolaou

02/03/2015
26 February 2015
1° SESSION - SUSTAINABILITY OF MEDITERRANEAN DIET
                                    Chair: Sandro Dernini, Giuseppe Maiani
04/12/2014

 

IFMED – INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION OF MEDITERRANEAN DIET:
THE NEW SCIENTIFIC AND INTERNATIONAL GUARANTOR

 has been presented at the 3rd World Congress on Public Health Nutrition at Las Palmas on 12 November 2014

Lluis Serra Majem, President

Sandro Dernini, Secretary-General

Emmanuel Pauze, Executive Director

“There is a need for a new interdisciplinary and intercultural rethinking for the revitalization of the Mediterranean Diet – says Sandro Dernini, general secretary of IFMeD -. Therefore, IFMeD can be the ideal international place for promoting this change by acting to reconstruct a sustainable food cultural context for the Med Diet, more suitable to the current times and for all people”.

 

Milan, 27 October 2014 – The Mediterranean Diet has a new pole of multi-disciplinary knowledge and expertise, internationally recognized, it is IFMeD – International Foundation of Mediterranean Diet.

Within the complex contemporary reality of increased unsustainable and unhealthy dietary patterns in the world, the Foundation is born in response to the need to have a trans-national scientific guarantor, above local and national interests.

 

01/12/2014

III World Congress on Public Health Nutrition

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 9-12 November 2014

PARALLEL SYMPOSIA

10 November 2014

 TOWARDS THE EXPO MILAN 2015: TIME TO ACT

CHALLENGES OF DIETARY PATTERN SUSTAINABILITY: THE MEDITERRANEAN DIET AS A CASE STUDY

Organized by CIHEAM-Bari, 

in collaboration with FAO-UNEP Sustainable Food Systems Programme


 

The non-adherence of current Mediterranean dietary patterns to the MD model is particularly worrying for is alarming increasing trend in almost all Med countries. The focus of the seminar is torevitalize the Med Diet not only for its healthy benefit but as a model of a contemporary sustainable dietary pattern as well as a sustainable lifestyle.Over the past years, interest on sustainable diets and their assessment has increased, and the Mediterranean diet, scientifically well-characterized as a healthy dietary pattern, has begun  to be also investigated for its lower environmental impact and its higher socio-cultural heritage value. Lately, the Mediterranean diet started to be furthermore investigated as a case study for the sustainable diets’ characterization and assessment by a group of leading institutions.  

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