Nestlé to give in-depth look at humans’ relationship with food at Expo

Feb 3, 2015

 

Nestlé will provide an in-depth look at humans’ relationship with food through a unique, interactive exhibition in the Swiss Pavilion at the upcoming Expo 2015.

Expo 2015 is the largest global event dedicated to food, with over 20 million visitors expected. The exhibition will focus on the theme ‘Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life’ and will take place from 1 May to 31 October 2015 in Milan.

Nestlé’s exhibition will demonstrate how nutrition, the body and mind are interlinked; explaining the many physiological, sensory and emotional factors that influence taste and eating preferences.

It is designed in collaboration with the Nestlé Research Center, the Nestlé Institute of Health Science and the Istituto Auxologico Italiano (Italian Institute for Auxology).

Other sections at Expo 2015 will showcase Nestlé's responsible use of water and the Nescafé Plan. Through the Nescafé Plan, Nestlé helps approximately 400,000 farmers across 14 countries improve their incomes and living and working conditions, and reduce their environmental footprint.

Read the full press release in Italian on the Nestlé Italy website or the English translation of the press release (pdf, 500Kb).