There will be 190 foreign operators from 35 countries, with all five continents represented.
The stalls most appreciated by the public are confirmed: from Spanish paella to Argentinean asado, from Greek souvlaki to German roast shinbone to kosher cuisine from Israel. But also spices and perfumes from Provence, butter biscuits from Brittany, flowers and cheese from Holland, beers from Belgium and Ireland; rose essence from Bulgaria and roasts from Slavic countries.
Over three kilometers of artisanal and gastronomic products from around the world, as always located in the part of the city between the Eden area and the streets and squares of the historic city center. The stands will be open every day from 9 in the morning until two in the morning, enlivening the evenings with a program of side events marked by music, dances, and animations for children.
The curious foodstruck will be back with quality products, gourmet food and a special section dedicated to gluten free, vegan and vegetarian cuisine. There will be traditional Tuscan hamburgers, sandwiches stuffed with Casentino grey, walking steak, stuffed focaccias and fried ciacce, and traditional sweets from Arezzo. And then the smoothies, seasonal smoothies with products from our province’s vegetable garden, Tuscan cheeses, truffles and country honey. But also liqueurs, table linen, works of one’s own ingenuity and wooden artefacts.
Piazza San Jacopo confirms its agri-food vocation by presenting tastings of wine and beer produced by local farmers. Coldiretti will create a space with the best local productions, seasonal fruits and vegetables including pumpkins, mushrooms, chestnuts, and much more.