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Eat Your Habitat is the first catering 

*Bio Generative in the world

Eat Your Habitat is a gastronomic experience that revolutionizes the concept of sustainability.

We offer catering for events, catering in natural places, private and corporate dinners, cocktail parties and gourmet tastings, all characterized by apositive and conservative environmental impact.

Eat Your Habitat is the first *Bio-Generative catering service in the world because through the exploration of uncontaminated natural environments and the collection of invasive and non-native wild botanical ingredients, it makes it possible to create dishes with unique flavors, contributing to therebalancing of ecosystems. 

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Jane Goodal Italia

The Jane Goodall Institute-Italy for Man, Animals, the Environment (JGI Italy) is an Environmental Protection organization that also deals with the development of youth policies aimed at creating civil responsibility and eco-compatible behavior in the new generations.  

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Certified B Corp, this social company fights the climate crisis by promoting sustainable development and reforestation to restore areas at risk of biodiversity.

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 Wooding Wild Food Lab collaborates with pro-sustainability companies. Each customer becomes a partner in green innovation, transcending conventional sustainability for bio-generative and conservation practices.

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Eat Your Habitat

Eat Your Habitat goes beyond environmental sustainability

With Eat Your Habitat, our passion for nature and research become a gastronomic experience that combines uniqueness, sophistication and sustainability. This commitment starts from the research of Valeria Margherita Mosca, pioneer of conservative foraging since 2012, an innovative approach conceived by Wooding Wild Food Lab which provides protocols of responsible collection of wild ingredients, with an eye for invasive or destabilizing botanical species for the habitats in which we operate, promoting the development and conservation of native biodiversity.

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Wooding Wild Food Lab: Looking for the Taste of Sustainability

Wooding Wild Food Lab it is the beating heart of Eat Your Habitat, pushing the boundaries of contemporary cuisine towards new horizons of sustainability. The laboratory is dedicated to the scientific classification and valorization of ingredients  wild botanists with a special focus on invasive or non-native ones present in an area, offering a way to rebalance ecosystems and reconnect with nature.

Foraging Conservativo

Conservative Foragingand collaboration with the environment.

Eat Your Habitat brings the wealth of knowledge linked to the recognition and collection of wild plants contemporary, not only to remember a more authentic past, but to create a more sustainable and proactive future for the conservation of natural habitats.​

​Our mission is to use gastronomy to counter the expansion of invasive plant species by incorporating them into our high-quality cuisine. Thus the targeted collection of invasive species, which are difficult to eradicate, can limit their spread and preserve the balance of ecosystems. Therefore, with our recipes we not only offer a unique gastronomic experience, but we actively contribute to itenvironmental Protection. Every dish, every drink is a piece of a larger puzzle: a tasting experience that brings us back to a close and cooperative relationship with nature.

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