Slow Food has chosen Terra Madre Salone del Gusto to launch a major fundraising campaign to protect biodiversity. It has done so in partnership with an outstanding ‘travelling companion’, the Scuola Holden creative writing school in Turin.
She teaches and writes a blog, he fights against GMO and other good causes. They are Marion Nestle and José Bové, university professor and French European Parliament member, who, together on the stage of Teatro Carignano, in Turin, explained, discussed and made the audience indignant talking about CETA and GMO foods, in addition to meat laced with hormones and 1968.
At Terra Madre Salone del Gusto, September 22 to 26 in Turin, Italy, Slow Food presents a new project promoting a new way of traveling. Slow Food Travel provides a wealth of knowledge and experience from Slow Food and the Terra Madre network to create a new model for tourism.