Slovenia is a small country in Central Europe. It has around 2 million inhabitants. The country’s biggest assets are pristine nature with clean water, the forests with its wood and friendly people. The Alps dominate the northern half with its mountainous nature and climate, while the southwest is Mediterranean. The eastern and south-eastern parts are Pannonian with hills and ravines and are primarily agricultural. The quality of local food and products is very high, mostly expensive, but with high added value. The Slovenian government provides free or reduced-price school meals to all pupils, which makes this system quite unique in Europe.