ITS has an Eno-Gastronomical Studies Centre with the following objectives:
- To promote eno-gastronomy to professionals and individuals who have a passion for food and drink
- To provide a general understanding of the history and culture of food and drink from ancient times to the present
- To promote the development of new techniques and research in the Food & Beverage preparation and production
- To facilitate internal communication and cooperation between departments and organizations interested in planning eno-gastronomical activities.
- To promote and encourage the use of local produce
- To provide students and academic staff more information, knowledge and awareness of the eno-gastronomic related areas; especially through EU funded projects.
The Centre brings under its wing several other activities and structures related to Food and Beverage:
- Chocolate Academy
- Mistral Dinners
- Swirl wine tasting sessions
- Festivals, Functions and outside catering which ITS takes part in
- Themed dinners - Kitchen and Service by final year students
- EU Projects – visits from other foreign institutes are beneficial in developing sessions and seminars on regional cuisines.
- Through contacts in the industry, guest speakers can be invited to give seminars and practical demonstrations on various eno-gastronomical topics
For more information please contact:
Mr Claude Scicluna