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And it is about sustainability. We can see food as the most powerful and ‘natural’ tool for conviviality, by which we mean a condition of sociability open to the contribution of all kinds of individuals, an autonomous and creative intercourse among people in a cheerful attitude. It was almost three years ago, when we started to imagine an ambitious project to re-think the way our city feeds itself and to look into how farmers and citizens can get together to exchange food. We wanted to help them to get rid, as much as possible, of the middlemen and trade businesses that make the interaction difficult to sustain from an economic perspective, reduce the quality and freshness of the food, and prevent any human relationship from flourishing.
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11 Design does enter into the food realm in the sphere of consumption, particularly in the design of spaces where prepared food is sold, restaurants, stands for street vendors, and food trucks. Here we can take up the issue of how consumers are introduced to new products, whether new dishes in restaurants or even new kinds of restaurants, and how the design of places where food is sold becomes part of the food experience. The term ‘experience design’ is now being used quite broadly both in relation to products as well as to food consumption.