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How’s the future of food and drink?
Last chance to find out in unique exhibition at Spritmuseum in Stockholm.
The museum is dedicated to Swedish drinking history and the art of distilling and maturing spirits. And, it’s quite innovative and has actually been described as Sweden’s most tasteful.
— That’s mainly because we offer plenty of tastings together with our exhibitions. For example, visitors can experience a taste of Sweden through our tasting trays with traditional Swedish akvavit, snaps, arrak punsch and classic Absolut Vodka flavors, says Exhibition Producer Anna-Karin Svanberg, continuing,
— On top of that we have a waterfront restaurant that serves craft drinks and has been named one of the premier museum restaurants in the world, which is fantastic and overwhelming!
The museum also hosts the internationally renowned Absolut Art Collection with 850 works by 550 artists. All works in the collection have been featured in Absolut Vodka’s iconic global advertising campaigns.
This is the last weekend with their exhibition ”The Future of Food & Drink” (closing Tuesday, November 5).
— It’s for everyone who’s curious about what we will be eating tomorrow, how to prepare for the future of food, and why food matters to the climate, says Svanberg. The idea for this exhibition was the easiest one to date because the theme appeals to such a large part of the population. Never before has there been such an intense focus on food and drink as there is today. We are in the midst of a historic dietary transition and we face major challenges, such as how to ensure there’s enough food for a growing population?
What do you see in the future when it comes to food and beverage?
— In the exhibition you will meet historians, trend analysts and pioneers in the food industry predicting the future of food and drink. They talk about a wider range of protein sources, like in-vitro-meat, legumes, insects and marine plants that we today didn’t even know existed. Microorganisms that can produce specific nutrients that we need. More GM food. Less meat from animals. More plant-based “meat”. Less alcohol. Less cow milk. Minimize food waste. A circular food production system and much more.SpritmuseumFramtidens Mat & DryckAnna-Karin Svanberg