Published: 05/05/2007 - Updated: 04/09/2014
Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona will host to next Monday 7th to Biocultura, Alternative and Responsible Consumption Fair to organize film shows, days of reflection, therapy areas and accommodating a large number of exhibitors.
The Fair comes from the hand of Vida Sana Association, organizer of the event and gathers over 650 companies. Fair is a leader when it comes to nutrition and biological reference referred also to the products and services related to environment and quality of life.
This year, within the venue of the fair will also touch on Ecological Consumer Mamaterra Festival, aimed at children and those responsible for their education. This twelfth edition of Barcelona is expected at least 540 exhibitors and over 74,000 visitors who may know something more about the consumption and use of biological products and ecological alternative to address environmental disasters and solve the food crisis afflicting the Planet.
Throughout the conference, 180 activities were also organized over, such as roundtables, workshops, film shows, or therapy areas, which cover topics such as genetic manipulation, chemical, environmental problems, the scarcity and water quality, climate change, and the pharmaceutical sector and health, and other technical and practical issues aimed at entrepreneurs in the sector of environmental goods and services.
Biocultura’s most important sector of this year continue to be the biological food, but next to it will be a wide range of products and suggestions for daily life, obtained using organic methods without chemicals or synthetics.
Thus, the Fair will feature natural products for hygiene and cosmetics, bio-materials, renewable energy, furniture and decoration for housing and healthy workplaces, as well as complementary therapies and medicines, saving and recycling, hemp, industrial ecology, environment, rural tourism, toys, crafts, music or books and magazines.
Biocultura welcomes professionals in each of the sectors and promotes the participation of consumers, thus becoming a showcase for organic agriculture and in a framework of respect for the forms of production based, in turn, respect to life.