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The Third “Week of Italian Cuisine in the world”, opened in Serbia on 19th November, and will be held until 25th November in Belgrade, Novi Sad, Niš and Subotica.

This year the theme is “Mediterranean cuisine” which makes Italy one of the healthiest countries in the world.

This event will be presented at over 1,300 events in 110 countries around the world. The food sector is a symbol and identity of Italy, which includes over € 220 billion in sales in Italy, € 44 billion in exports and affects 13% of a gross domestic product.

The Italian Cuisine in Serbia is organised by the Embassy of Italy in Belgrade in cooperation with the Italian Institute of Culture (IIC), the Italian Foreign Trade Agency (ITA), the Chamber of Italian-Serbian Businessmen (ISCC), the Association of Italian Businessmen in Serbia (Confindustria Serbia) Honorary Consulate of Italy in Subotica and Cultural Center “Piazza Italia”, supported by the brand Maxi (the main sponsor) and AgriSer.