Aarhus-Central Denmark 2017

East Jutland metropolitan area represents approximately 23% of the population of Denmark with 1.26 million people living in the area. Is the second largest Metropolitan area after the Copenhagen metropolitan area and consists of 17 municipalities. The metropolitan area is home to large companies specially in the sectors of energy, food, health and productivity. It’s also home to Denmark’s dynamic second city, Aarhus.

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Aarhus-Central Denmark, European Region of Gastronomy awarded 2017 Bid Book

Aarhus-Central Denmark’s Bid Book

IGCAT’s Regional Chef Ambassadors
from Aarhus-Central Denmark

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from Aarhus-Central Denmark

Awarded videos in IGCAT’s Food Film Menu

Food Film Menu 2020

Winner of the category:
FOOD AND THE UNITED NATIONS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

TABLE, SET YOURSELF

Awarded websites in IGCAT’s Top Websites For Foodie Travelers

Top Websites for Foodie Travelers 2022

Prize for:
ACCESSIBILITY TO INTERNATIONAL TRAVELLERS

FOOD WALK

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The European Regions of Gastronomy are a must-visit

The European Regions of Gastronomy are a must-visit

29 December 2021 – 2021 has been another fruitful year for the European Region of Gastronomy Award and Platform that celebrated their fifth...

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Local communities drive innovation in food and culture

Local communities drive innovation in food and culture

4 June 2021 – As part of its legacy as European Region of Gastronomy awarded 2017, Aarhus-Central Denmark Region has developed the...

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Creative Tastebuds 2020 conference postponed to 2021

Creative Tastebuds 2020 conference postponed to 2021

31 March 2020 – How can our sense of taste save the planet? is the theme of Creative Tastebuds 2020, an interdisciplinary symposium on taste...

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