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Moderate wine consumption and the Mediterranean Diet at the international forum on Lifestyle, Diet, Wine and Health (Toledo, 19 and 20 October) | Wine Week

Recent News Toledo will host the Lifestyle, Diet, Wine and Health conference, a world-class forum that will present the latest research on the benefits of a healthy lifestyle, bringing together information on how to maintaining an active lifestyle, a balanced Mediterranean diet and moderate wine consumption. This important event which will take place on the …

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Skretting presented a new solution that brings an advantage to Mediterranean aquaculture

Last News Scream of Southern Europe Skretting launched 360+ in response to its long-term commitment to boost Mediterranean aquaculture, sustainably increase its production and reduce its exposure to risk. After more than three years of development in collaboration with its technology partner Go Smart, an Israeli-based precision aquaculture startup, this innovative concept enables farmers to …

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Sharks were caught in the Mediterranean in prehistoric times.

Recent News In prehistoric times where the first agricultural populations settled on the Iberian Peninsula, on the other side of the Mediterranean the first cities arose, a metallurgical revolution took place and, according to recent research, sharks were caught. The revelation that the shore is what it is today Israel fishermen were so diligent that …

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The deadliest first quarter for Central Mediterranean migrants

Last News The UN agency’s Missing Migrants Project is investigating several cases of boats reported missing. A boat rescued 40 sub-Saharan migrants in the Mediterranean, on 21 February 2023. The United Nations recorded the first quarter of 2023 as the deadliest for those attempting to cross the Central Mediterranean since 2017. Between January and March, …

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