Slow Food involves millions of people passionate about good, clean and fair food. Our network of chefs, youth, activists, farmers, fishers, experts and academics is made up of a series of sub-networks:
- A network of around 100,000 Slow Food members
- The Terra Madre network of 2,000 food communities that practice small-scale and sustainable production of quality food around the world
- Our Indigenous Terra Madre network that connects with a diverse range of networks, communities and organizations around the world
- The Migrant Network recognizes and promotes the wealth of knowledge, food, and recipes brought by migrants to their new homes.
- The Slow Food Youth Network (SFYN), Slow Food’s youth arm
- The University of Gastronomic Sciences (UNISG)