Over 2.5 thousand Muscovites and guests of the city visited 27 enterprises of the capital within the framework of the project “Open#Mosprom”. This was announced by Sergei Sobyanin on his page on the VKontakte social network.

From May 30 to June 3, more than 100 excursions were held at factories and factories. Participants at the enterprises could taste bread, drinks and other products that had just come off the assembly line, try their hand at master classes and see innovative developments of the capital’s industrialists.

“Food industry enterprises are particularly popular with the audience. One of the most popular types of excursions from season to season is visiting confectionery factories, which this time were visited by over 600 people,” said Vladislav Ovchinsky, head of the Department of Investment and Industrial Policy of Moscow. 

At the enterprise “Moscow Potato”, where in 1963 they began to produce the first chips in the country, the guests were treated to products with different tastes. At the Research Institute of the Bakery Industry, the project participants tasted the bread that astronauts eat in flight.

At the Rose of Einem Museum, about 300 people learned about the history of the appearance of chocolate in Moscow and Russia, as well as about the development of the Red October factory. At the master class, they prepared waffle sweets according to their own recipe and design.

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