A three-day fair to promote farmers and fishermen has begun

Anton Rifaro, Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Animal Rights, launched Agrifair 2022 on Monday with Alicia Bugeja Sayed, Parliamentary Secretary of Fisheries, Aquaculture and Animal Rights. Same roof.

In a speech at Takari’s MFCC, where the fair is taking place, Rifaro said the government would continue to provide support to these sectors, especially as the adverse effects of the Covid-19 pandemic and the war in Ukraine continue. Leave their mark.

“Fair will continue to enhance collaboration between the various entities working in this important sector, but will provide the general public with a unique opportunity to see and touch what this sector produces,” Refalo said. Mr. says.

Speaker of the House of Representatives Alicia Bugeja Sayed praised this initiative. Through this and similar events, the government continues to promote local produce. “At this fair, there are more than 50 exhibitions, including government agencies that showcase some of the projects the ministry has undertaken for the benefit of all Maltese and Gozitans,” said Dr. Bugeja.

Since then, Bugeja Sayed has encouraged all those who can participate to “promote and provide interesting and informative sessions on sectors important to our country, such as the aquaculture sector.” “We would like to thank everyone involved for their efforts. We will hold an informed fair, but it will surely be an enjoyable event for both adults and children.”

The fair is held over a three-day period and aims to promote the activities of organizations such as farmers, fishermen, government agencies and companies in the agricultural food industry by making the various services and products offered to the public. increase.

At the conference, it was explained that while preserving tradition, the government aims to provide contemporary trends with an emphasis on technology, innovation, diversification and educational aspects through AgriFair 2022.

AgriFair will be an interactive platform that provides business networking, discussion and consulting on topics related to this sector, machinery, technical system and method exhibits, and opportunities for agricultural production systems in a sustainable manner. This activity also offers a Maltese cooking experience through a stand with a chef who cooks Maltese products.

An exhibition of animals will be held in the arena, which is attended by Maltese and foreign judges, and an exhibition of animals of Maltese-specific breeds will also be held. Craft demonstrations and tours will also be held on the farm where you can experience and appreciate farming and Maltese cuisine production.

The Farm-to-Fork-themed fair begins on Friday, May 20th and ends on Sunday, May 22nd, from 10am to 10pm at Takari’s MFCC. A three-day fair to promote farmers and fishermen has begun

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