How Slow Food Is Seeding Global Change
Our work centers around three pillars: biodiversity, education and advocacy.
The preservation and promotion of local food products as cultural heritage within communities lies at the heart of our biodiversity work, and is best embodied by our Presidia program and Ark of Taste.
Our advocacy efforts focus on securing sustainability and equity in the global food system, giving a platform to marginalized groups, and amplifying their voices at international decision-making levels.
The unifying thread that ties together all our activities is our mission to secure good, clean and fair food for all.
Ark of Taste
What is the Ark of Taste? The Ark of Taste is the world’s largest catalog of cultural and traditional biodiversity...
Food Gardens in Africa
What are Slow Food Gardens in Africa? Slow Food Gardens in Africa are important project that help to improve food...
What is a Slow Food Presidium? Presidia are living examples of our philosophy in action. They are small-scale food productions...
What is the Cooks' Alliance? The Slow Food Cooks' Alliance unites cooks and chefs from diverse backgrounds in preserving biodiversity,...
21 Jun - 21 Oct 2023
Implementing the agroecological protein transition through education: from theory to practice
08 Aug - 15 Aug 2024
Fostering Innovation at the First East Africa Agroecology Conference
European Advocacy Topics
European policies affect us all. Let’s get them right. Following years of impactful advocacy work...
International Advocacy Topics
Slow Food is engaged in an array of advocacy topics, including animal farming & animal...
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