POP-UP EXHIBITION: 30/3 – 8/4 2019

For 10 days, Spritmuseum will host a touring exhibition on endangered food and flavors.

Here you can explore a selection of 8 unique heritage foods like Sunnmøre Herring from Norway, Gurpi from Sápmi, Manna from Italy, Basque Pyrenees Mountain Cheese from France, Lesachtal Bread from Austria, Salt of Añana from Spain, Filindeu from Sardinia and Karacachan Sheep Milk from Bulgaria.

The exhibition consists of an interactive table and two touchscreens. It will be possible to print taste memories and explore other endangered flavors from Europe and the rest of the world.

The selected flavors are part of The Ark of Taste; an international catalog of more than 5000 forgotten and endangered foods, collected by the organization Slow Food.

The exhibition is initiated by Slow Food, an international non-profit organization that works to preserve and spread local and regional food cultures throughout the world. The exhibition is also a part of the Food is Culture project, funded by the EU’s Creative Europe Program, and with contributions from the Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Cuneo.

The exhibition will be on tour to Serbia, Italy, Belgium and Croatia in 2019 and 2020.