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Good, Clean and fair food for all.

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Slow Food USA unites the joy of food with the pursuit of justice.

We cultivate nationwide programs and a network of local chapters, host educational events and advocacy campaigns, and build solidarity through partnerships.

Together, we are dismantling oppressive food systems to achieve good, clean and fair food for all.

Updates from our 100+ national chapters

Connecting with Jewish and Indigenous people in Colorado through seeds

In October 2021, Slow Food Denver co-hosted their first annual seed-saving event at Ekar Farm, an organization that serves as a “focal point for Denver’s Jewish community to come together around issues of food security, environmentalism, and urban farming,” and Spirit of the Sun, an “indigenous womxn-led nonprofit working to empower Native communities, one youth at a time.”

A Slow Weekend in Vermont

During your weekend in Vermont our Snail of Approval recipients will provide a window into Vermont’s evolving food traditions. All these businesses embody the Slow Food principles of Good, Clean and Fair food for all.

Celebrate pulse power with this year’s plant a seed program

PICK UP THE only eco-curated guide to the wines of the USA

Snail of Approval expands

LEARN HOW WE MADE AN IMPACT IN 2021 THROUGH OUR ANNUAL REPORT

Snail of Approval expands

Providing Culturally Appropriate Food for Communities in Sonoma County

Farm to Fight Hunger is a nonprofit organization that grows, harvests and delivers fresh, nutritious produce, free of charge, to those in California’s Sonoma County in need of healthy food. Eggs laid by happy, pastured hens are also donated to local food banks.

Slow Books Announces Abra Berens’ “Grist” as Third Annual Network-Wide Read-Along

Maybe you’ve joined Slow Books for our read-along programming for “How to Be An Antiracist” or “Braiding Sweetgrass,” or perhaps this will be your first read-along. Either way — we’re glad you’re here!

Making whole-vegetable cooking “badass” in Denver

In Denver, Sullivan Scrap Kitchen is upcycling odds and ends to create flavorful and environmentally conscious creations for 600 guests every week.

Connecting with Jewish and Indigenous people in Colorado through seeds

In October 2021, Slow Food Denver co-hosted their first annual seed-saving event at Ekar Farm, an organization that serves as a “focal point for Denver’s Jewish community to come together around issues of food security, environmentalism, and urban farming,” and Spirit of the Sun, an “indigenous womxn-led nonprofit working to empower Native communities, one youth at a time.”

Remembering Slow Food leader Katherine Deumling

It is with great sorrow that the Slow Food USA staff, current Board, and former Board members announce the passing of Katherine Deumling, one of the lions of our movement. She passed away peacefully on Tuesday, July 12 in the company of her loving family.