December 10, 2018 – Terra Madre Day

Raise your fork to take part in the XIVth Terra Madre Day

Terra Madre Day is a major Slow Food event, celebrating local food on a global scale. Every December, on the 10th thousands of people around the world organize parties and gatherings to celebrate good, clean and fair food: good quality and flavorsome; clean for our bodies, for animals and for the planet; fair for producers and consumers alike. Terra Madre Day brings together all who share the vision of a food system that supports local economies, that respects the environment, biodiversity, taste, and tradition. A better alternative is possible!

To protect our environment and to shine a light on the link between food and climate change, this year, Terra Madre Day is focused on Food for Change, Slow Food’s international fundraising campaign to highlight the role of food as a cause, victim, and potential solution to climate change.

Find out how you can get involved with the Terra Madre Day event nearest to you or organize your own! Set up a meeting or a debate, a picnic or a dinner, film screening, an eat-in, farm visits… anything you like!

Taking part is easy:

  • SAVE THE DATE! Sign up to our Facebook event
  • Find an event near you or set up your own!
  • Download the toolkit of materials for your event
  • On the 10th and the days that follow, share photos and communicate your experience on social media with the hashtags #FoodforChange #SlowFood #TMD2018
  • Donate to the campaign! Even a small contribution will help us redefine the future of our planet!

 Join us this Terra Madre Day and get behind the Food for Change campaign.

Thanks to your support in 2017:

  • 732 new products came aboard the Ark of Taste, with 7 new countries getting involved.
  • 356 new gardens were created in 35 countries, bringing the total number of people involved in the Gardens in Africa to 60,000
  • 23 new Presidia were launched, adding 500 new producers to the 18,000 already involved in projects.
  • 380 cooks joined the Slow Food Chefs’ Alliance, adding 5 new countries to the network.
  • 9 new Earth Markets were opened, taking the total number of markets worldwide to 63, involving more than 1,800 producers.
  • Slow Food Travel was launched in Austria, and the Slow Fish network was launched in the Caribbean: Slow Fish Caribe.
  • Slow Food stands beside and supports 370 indigenous communities in 86 countries
  • Slow Food has made its presence felt in European politics, launching campaigns on the CAP, and against neonicotinoids, glyphosate, and climate change.
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