To create a sustainable development model for peripheral mountain areas based on the preservation/valorization of the Alpine Space cultural food heritage and on innovative governance, knowledge transfer and marketing tools and foster the emergence of a transnational alpine identity based on the common cultural values expressed in food heritage. This is the goal of AlpFoodway project, which officially started in February 2017, with the kick-off meeting of the project in Marseille, hosted by Kedge Business School in its La Joliette Campus.
AlpFoodway: food cultural heritage for a transnational Alpine identity
Alpine Space project AlpFoodway launch event in Marseille
“Alpine Food Intangible Cultural Heritage between Legal Protection and Commercial Valorisation: Insights from the Alpfoodway Project”
A special event open to the public on Friday february 3rd, h. 19-20.30, hosted bx Kedge Business School in its La Joliette Campus, 7 Boulevard de Dunkerque, 13002 Marseille