ENO Global Food Exhibition
ENO Global Food Exhibition is an annual campaign on sustainable food. The theme varies each year. Different school levels (kindergartens, primary schools, secondary schools, high schools) are invited to submit their projects for the virtual exhibition. Class projects should be sent to us in digital format (digital format (video, pdf, powerpoint, images, other). The deadline for the submissions is in February-March, depending on the year.
ENO Global Food Exhibition 2023 – Pulses
The ENO Global Food Exhibition 2023 is about pulses: dried beans and peas, chickpeas, and lentils.The virtual food exhibition 2023 will be published in February 2023. The World Pulses Day is 10 February each year.
Your pulses project can be one of the following:
* What is your favourite pulses dish? What is the recipe, how do you cook it?
* What kind of pulses are grown in your country, how are they grown and harvested?
* Why are pulses good for you? Why are pulses good for the environment?
Student works on the topic can be sent to ENO in digital format (video, pdf, powerpoint or other...) by 9 February 2023 at https://forms.gle/BjQiPsCGZZmnNxcq6 or by email: email@example.com .
Pls note: Submissions sent by 9 February can be added to our presentation at the University of Eastern Finland’s Sustainable Food Fair on 10 February 2023.
More info on pulses:
United Nations World Pulses Day
Food and Agriculture Organisation
2021: ENO Global Food Exhibition – Traditional food
The first ENO Global Food Exhibition was published in December 2021. The topic of the exhibition was traditional and typical food. What does a typical or traditional plate look like? How is traditional food served and what are the ingredients and how is it made? Are all the ingredients local? Is it ecological? Visit the ENO Global Food Exhibition Gallery to see!