The food of the future isn’t hidden deep in the Amazon Rainforest or in Papua New Guinea.
Look closer, it’s right here, just a couple breaststrokes from where you live...
Between pollution, overfishing and territorial disputes, the seas and oceans are hurting bad.Very bad.
Yet it is estimated that more than 2,500 species that live underwater are edible, and that those specific animals, plants and seaweed don’t cause harm nor pollution. They could change the food scene and especially its environmental impact, so why don’t we eat them? Some people are changing the paradigm, they call it Blue Food.
In Spain – the top fish consumer country within the EU – we will dive deep into these products with the help of the best Barcelonian artisans, pastry chefs and cooks.