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Photo: Next to Prince Albert II: Marie-Pierre Gramaglia, Minister of Equipment, Environment and Town Planning; Stéphane Valeri, President of the National Council; Robert Calcagno, Director General of the Oceanographic Institute, Prince Albert I Foundation, Prince of Monaco; Valérie Davenet, Director of the Environment; Raphaël Simonet, Head of the Natural Heritage division © Manuel Vitali / Government Communication Department
The government says masks must still be worn outdoors, despite a significant drop in Covid-19 circulation and a request by the National Council to relax some of the stricter measures.
Divine food and beautiful locations with amazing chefs over seven weeks is the hallmark of SBM’s latest culinary event, taking place from the end of September through to mid-January.
To kick off European Sustainable Development Week, AS Monaco is presenting its new organic vegetable garden intended to help the team boost performance.
A call for participation has been put out for those who would like to make a difference during this year’s European Waste Reduction Week under the theme ‘Circular Communities’.
Over the next two days, more than 1,500 chefs and other professionals will be present at the Summit, at which 150 exceptional food and drinks brands will also be represented. A hundred or so highly acclaimed speakers will each have their turn at round-table discussions and during live-demos to touch on the latest trends in the industry, from environmentally-friendly cuisine to the transformation of the chef-sommelier duo. Cooking demonstrations and exclusive dinners will also provide opportunities to share experiences and to inspire new generations of professionals in the restaurant industry, the organisers say. The Chefs’ World Summit is the new international hub for the food and catering industry, with the world's most distinguished chefs brought together in one exceptional location, Monte-Carlo.