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Fresh produce grown at the world’s largest vertical farm will be served to millions at Expo 2020 Dubai
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Collaboration offers innovative and varied culinary experiences rooted in sustainable practices
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Caterers will work with a host of participating countries to serve up authentic national cuisines
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There will be 50-plus cuisines to try across an area equal in size to seven football pitches and almost 300,000 meals served every day throughout the six-month celebration.
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A proportion of its output will go to Emirates-operated outlets and various other pavilions at Expo during the 173 days of the event.
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EKFC is set to launch a series of F&B locations across the Expo site’s three Thematic Districts.
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Its fine dining restaurants will feature rotating menus and a monthly star chef from its extensive network; while Grains and Greens will offer gourmet sandwiches, bowl creations and sharing platters.
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The tie-up, which will showcase the future of sustainable gastronomy, will also introduce visitors to the up-and-coming cuisines at Expo Culinary Experience restaurants.
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Operated by EKFC, the eateries will embrace authentic recipes from participating countries – enabling diners to sample global flavours, ingredients and foodstuffs they may have never considered before stepping through the Expo 2020 gates.
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And F&B providers are being encouraged to meet more ambitious targets in areas such as food and packaging waste.