Slow Food in Somalia: An expanding network of gardens
“When Slow Food in Somalia started in December 2011, there was just one convivium and 7 community gardens. Now there are 107 gardens and 11 convivia. We are bringing communities together, as food is a common bond that unites us all.” We talk to the organizers of Slow Food in Somalia.
Slow Food Chef Fights Brazil’s Food Waste with Disco Events
Food loss and waste are serious concerns in Brazil. The amount of raw materials wasted at both the beginning and end of the supply chain is staggering. Fortunately, some well-known chefs are spreading awareness and working to resolve the issue.
World Disco Soup Day
This year the Slow Food Youth Network has decided to organize the first Global Disco Soup Day. While in some parts of the world people suffer from hunger, one third of the food intended for human consumption is being thrown away – that’s 1.3 billion of tons of food in the bin every year. It’s clear we have a huge challenge ahead of us. Time for action!
We are inviting everyone from the Slow Food Youth Network and beyond to start their own Disco Soup event on April 29th 2017. Join us and fill bellies instead of bins!