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slow food

n
(Cookery) food that has been prepared with care, using high-quality local and seasonal ingredients
[C20: by analogy with fast food]
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IF YOU'VE NOTICED better bread at your grocery store, a farmers market where there wasn't one before, and artisan coffee roasters popping up everywhere you look in recent years, you probably have Alice Waters and the Slow Food movement to thank.
Slow Food, the global movement born in Italy in the late 198os, to protect local and traditional foods, wants to change this.
AFEW weeks ago I was invited to join the Slow Food UK's Chefs Alliance which was a privilege to accept.
FORGET fast food and take it slow with Slow Food Liverpool next week.
Fastly his ideals were endorsed by Mayors of towns of Bra (Francesco Guida), Orvieto (Stefano Cimicchi) and Positano (Domenico Marrone) as well as they met later the president of slow food Carlo Petrini's support.
GRANA Padano, the best selling PDO cheese in the world, is proud to be appearing at the BBC Good Food Shows alongside not-for-profit organisation Slow Food UK.
This was concluded after meeting between Agriculture Minister Ljupco Dimovski and Piero Sardo, president of the Italian Slow Food Foundation for Biodiversity.
When BASF started to experiment with this GM potato," comments Carlo Petrini, president of Slow Food International, they said it would be used predominantly for industrial purposes, but the authorisation now also includes its use in animal feed.
Slow food is more than an abstract idea; it's a 17,000-member international organization founded by Carlo Petrini in Italy in 1986.
ANIMAL WELFARE AND SUSTAINABLE FARMING were on the menu for the more than 60,000 people who attended the first national Slow Food Nation gathering in San Francisco over Labor Day weekend.
It's called Slow Food, and it's catching on worldwide.