Cerealia is a festival dedicated to all grains, as indeed happened in ancient Roman rites of Vesta and Ceres, the Ludi. In a broader view, the festival is extended to all countries of the Mediterranean area, from which the subtitle “Ceres and the Mediterranean“.
I semi del futuro: resilienza, equità e sostenibilità
From 9 June to 30 November 2021
The Cerealia Festival is back until 30 December 2020: many events "scattered" between art and gastronomy
Bringing ethics to your plate: food, health, environment
From 6 to 9 June 2019
The water and the earth. Environmental sustainability and social security
From 7 to 10 June 2018
Cerealia is ...
Value of the land and native cultures, celebration of ancient uses and traditions, cultural exchange and interconnection between environment, agriculture, food, economy, trade and social dimension, entertainment and cultural activities, meeting point and B&B
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The events are a moment of historical commemoration, cultural exchange, thereby tackling issues such as nutrition, environment, economy, territory and social dimension, issues presented in the current context, which characterizes the varied world of grains.
Documentary by Marco Musso for ComeUnaMarea Onlus supported by the "European Fund for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries"
Grazie a Aisu Verso Itaca Luino e ai partner coinvolti, Cerealia Festival torna in Lombardia per chiudere il suo programma con una giornata dedicata al mondo del riso
We follow chef Renato Bernardi on a tour from Rome to Castelli Romani to educate children on the importance of a sustainable Mediterranean Diet
Incontro informativo ed educativo, performance per divulgare e promuovere una consapevolezza sui cambiamenti climatici
Il programma di Cerealia 2021 comincia il 9 giugno con una serie di appuntamenti speciali per il decennale del Festival intitolato I semi del futuro: resilienza, equità e sostenibilità
Contest for schools of every order and degree
Seeds of the future: food and environmental education of young people