The Mediterranean Diet Roundtable (MDR) is a thought leadership event series, designed to inform, inspire and promote the appreciation of ingredients and food practices distinctive of the Mediterranean cuisine. translating the benefits of the Mediterranean Diet into commercial opportunities in the United States.
The Mediterranean Diet is recognized by UNESCO as a Global Intangible Cultural Heritage (2010), symbol of a unique synergy between nature and culture distinctive of the Mediterranean countries and regarded as a universal value worldwide. It is a healthy, delicious and sustainable choice for the planet as well as a meaningful way to reduce obesity and other diseases in America.
Therefore, the MDR is playing a key role in repositioning the Mediterranean Diet as a competitive driving force to shape the current offering in high volume commercial and non-commercial food service, as well as retailers and restaurants. If you are looking to capitalize on and learn more about the #1 diet in the US, then you cannot miss the MDR programs, which provide the audience with solid scientific evidence from world-class scholars and insights from amazing food service operators, to gain a deep understanding of the health values, commercial benefits and market trends for Mediterranean foods in this dynamic, informative and interactive program.
Harvard Medical School & Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health