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30 Years of Slow Food

This year marks 30 years since the signing of the Slow Food Manifesto and we are celebrating with a few exciting initiatives. Click below to learn more or make a donation to download our
30 Year Celebration recipe booklet
!

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Good, Clean and fair food for all.

Find your local chapter

Slow Food inspires individuals and communities to change the world through food that is good, clean and fair for all.

We are an international grassroots movement in more than 160 countries.
In the US, there are more than 150 local chapters and 6,000 members. Join the movement!

Who We Are

Learn about the organization’s history, the Slow Food team, and our mission to provide good, clean, and fair food for all.

The Network

The network of active individuals within the 150 Slow Food chapters in the US is the foundation of Slow Food. Join your local chapter and get involved!

Events

See if your local chapter is hosting a gathering or food-focused event, sign up to host your own event, or see what Slow Food is hosting in the future

Become a Member

‘Grow Slow’ when you join the Plant a Seed campaign, learn about Slow Food initiatives happening around the world, sign up for our newsletter, read the Manifesto or donate to our organization today!

Take Action

‘Grow Slow’ when you join the Plant a Seed campaign, learn about Slow Food initiatives happening around the world, sign up for our newsletter, read the Manifesto or donate to our organization today!

Support Slow Food

Learn how your business can be a part of the Slow Food community. Become a business supporter and join the business supporter spotlight, or become a merchant at Slow Food Nations.

Slow Food Nations

A food festival for all | SEPTEMBER 11-13, 2020 Visit the Slow Food Nations Website

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Slow Food Leaders: Aretta Begay

Everyone should be mindful of the history of food. So many American foods stem from wild edible native American foods.

Slow Food Leaders: Brian Yazzie

“This is the time and place for the Indigenous food movement. The Western perspective may see us as a trend or a fad, but we’ve always been here; we’ve just been overlooked. Not only did our ancestors survive colonization, but so did our ingredients.”

Slow Food Leaders: Arden Lewis

The immigrant and refugee women who cook at Comal are participants in that experience, not simply hourly workers in a cafe. They are cultural ambassadors to the surrounding community, sharing recipes, techniques, and stories. They cook food that humanizes and equalizes.

Slow Food Leaders: Christina Ng

The message is to slow down. Gather around the bread making or the smell of sautéing onion. Let that capture your attention, get involved. It is innate within you already.  

Slow Food Leaders: Yusuf Bin-Rella

“Food sovereignty is reconnecting to and celebrating one’s roots and ancestry and not needing to ask permission to feed yourself, your family and your community foods that are culturally appropriate.”