Alimentaria 2012 Part Deux! My findings and photos from the "Intercarn" and "Mundidulce" portions of the Expo. Photos from day 1, here.
An eager participant at Alimentaria awaits hand-sliced jamón from the Dehesa of Extremadura, Spain.
What a ham! Stealing the camera's attention again.
Señorío de Montanera, products of Iberian pigs fed from acorns in the hills of Badajoz, Extremadura - the zone where some argue the best jamón comes from.
Cecina from León, Spain, a jamón sort of maturation process, for cattle.
Drinking chocolate above (chocolate a la taza) and variety of bars from Amatller Chocolates in Barcelona, a household name since 1797.
Pasta -dried at low temperatures- hanging in the display room of Sandro Desii.
Science and food, examples from the Texturas line of products from Albert and Ferran Adrià.
Restaurant design booths were also present at the trade show.
Illy, the renowned coffee brand from Italy was a popular morning and afternoon stop for tired trade-show goers in need of a pick-me-up.
And I thought I had a lot of free time on my hands...