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A global movement for good, clean and fair food. Slow Food is an idea, a way of living and a way of eating.
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Venice is a city at risk of losing the authenticity of its cultural heritage.
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Slow Food Dec 17
After much deliberation and an extended deadline, the Conference of Parties – COP 24 closed last night in Katowice, Poland, with a day’s delay with an agreement reached at the last minute.
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Slow Food Dec 17
Agronomist and Slow Food Vice President Edie Mukiibi: "Climate change remains one of the major challenges to millions of small scale farmers." Please donate now to the Slow Food campaign, and help us create a more climate-friendly...
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Slow Food Europe Dec 13
The beekeepers in protest before to demand a clear labeling of honey, indicating its origin, quality & processing.🍯🐝 Sign the & make declarations of origin for all 🇪🇺food products mandatory ➡️
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FAO Dec 12
Carrots are carrots. Don't judge. Pick 'ugly' fruit and vegetables to reduce your . Every action counts for a world.
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Slow Food Dec 12
Claudia Albertina Ruiz Sántiz is a Tsotsil indigenous chef from Chiapas, Mexico. At Terra Madre Salone del Gusto, she talked to us about how she addressed ecology and the climate at her restaurant, Kokono,...
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Slow Food Dec 11
Today is International Mountain Day! Yesterday Slow Food and the Mountain Partnership, hosted in Rome by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), signed an...
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Slow Food Dec 11
4 different cooperatives involved in the Argan Presidium (Tighanimine, Ajddigue, Taimatine, Noumskroud) met last week. Topics on the agenda were how to best apply the principles of Good, Clean and Fair to argan...
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Slow Food Dec 11
Some wonderful photos from our team in Uganda celebrating Terra Madre Day yesterday! We would love to see your photos if you were involved in any events, send them to us or tag us!
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Slow Food Dec 10
From community events in the Philippines, to Puerto Rico's Mercado agroecologico de Rincón, people all around the world are coming together today to celebrate good, clean, and fair food! Let us know how...
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Slow Food Dec 10
This weekend, the town of Sidi Bounouar on Morocco's Atlantic coast played host to the 5th edition of Tigri Slow Fish Aglou Morocco. The two day festival celebrates the rich diversity of the region's...
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Slow Food Dec 5
Happy World Soil Day! The soil is home to a staggering amount of the planet's biodiversity and is the foundation for almost all of our food. Find out more at the Slow Food Biodiversity monitor:
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Slow Food Dec 4
Amina Duba Tende, a Borana pastoralist from northeastern Kenya, spoke with us at Terra Madre Salone del Gusto about the challenges that her community and their animals are facing due to climate change, competition for land and water resources, and...
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Slow Food Dec 4
Next monday is Terra Madre Day, the global celebration of good, clean and fair food! Are you already attending an event? Are you putting on your own? Let us know what your plans are or go the event page and our website for info on how to organize...
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Slow Food Dec 3
As thousands found their way to Poland this weekend for the COP24 Climate Change conference, one group cycled 600 km from Vienna to the event in Katowice, much like our super SFYN team who...
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Slow Food Dec 3
The United Nations conference on climate change opened officially this morning, kicking off talks between representatives from around the world to drastically reduce greenhouse gas emissions and...
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Slow Food Dec 2
The Sri Lovely - Lembah Organik Kampung Lintang Organic Rice Farm is the work of 'Captain' Zakariah Kamantasha, a man with a clear vision for the future. For month, our contributor David McKenzie spent some time at Sri Lovely working...
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Slow Food Nov 30
Fabiana Santiago is an indigenous Kiriri youth activist from the Brazilian state of Bahia. At Terra Madre Salone del Gusto, she told us about how droughts and changing food habits have affected her...
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Slow Food Nov 29
Fareed Taamallah is a Palestinian journalist and farmer. At Terra Madre Salone del Gusto, he told us about how land in Palestine is suffering as a result of climate change, and suggested that a return to...
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Slow Food Nov 26
At Terra Madre Salone del Gusto, Loubie Rusch, from Cape Town, spoke about her work to revive the use of South African edible plants to fight climate change, and about the water shortages that her...
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