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Slow Food USA Blog

Reflections, insights and news about the food movement and “going Slow”

Rebuilding Tabasco’s Food Community

Nov. 12, 2007

As the Slow Food delegates arrived in Puebla, news of the terrible flooding in the Tabasco region spread. With nearly a million people affected, Tabasco is in trouble. It was just two short...

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Indiana Big-Ag Advocate Says King Corn is “Slander”

Oct. 22, 2007

The documentary film King Corn is now playing at a theatre near you, mostly to raucous approval, but one fellah in Indiana isn’t as enthusiastic:
In 2003, the two men moved to Iowa and grew an...

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Cooking Light Cites “5 Healthy Food Trends,” and Slow Food is One

Oct. 3, 2007

The healthy food magazine Cooking Light has published an article naming healthy food trends that “are here to stay,” and our humble little organization is one of’em:
Slow food
Launched in Italy...

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Where are you, honey?

Oct. 1, 2007


Bees pollinate at least one third of our diet. It is hardly surprising, then, that renting out colonies for pollination is many times more profitable than honey production—nearly $15 billion...

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Rebuilding New Orleans

Sep. 26, 2007

In the 2 years since Hurricane Katrina ravaged New Orleans, Slow Food leader/enthusiast/activist Poppy Tooker has been fighting hard to revive New Orleans food communities. One such community is...

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