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By Samad Ismayilov


AL, AR, DC, FL, GA, KY, LA, MD, MS, NC, SC, TN, VA, WV Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands

We have over 80 Slow Food USA chapters all across the country taking action to create a food system that works for them and their community. Our Southeastern chapters are committed to advancing food justice and biodiversity in cities large and small. Get connected to your nearest chapter!


Virginia: John Haddad
Florida: Richard Stepp
Email: regionalcouncilors@slowfoodusa.org


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Bringing fishers and chefs together to shift tides toward sustainable seafood

December 21, 2023 // Biodiversity

We teamed up with Slow Fish North America to develop ten programs at six different locations throughout 2023.

Chefs Camp NOLA: Building seafood community for chefs and fishermen

November 28, 2023 // Slow Fish
By Colles Stowell, Slow Fish Strategist Every time I return to New Orleans, I’m coming home to my birthplace. Profound taste memories...

Meet the collard sandwich, an iconic Lumbee Tribe meal

November 2, 2023 // Cooking
Millard and Connie Locklear describe how they make their beloved collard sandwich to Chris Smith, farmer and Heirloom Collard Project...

Meet Atlanta’s 12 Snail of Approval restaurants

March 30, 2023 // Chapter Highlight
By Makiah Josephson, Slow Food USA Communications Coordinator Last month, Slow Food Atlanta became the newest member of Slow Food USA’s...

Your Five Favorite Slow Food Stories from 2022

December 28, 2022 // Stories
As we close out 2022 and look ahead to the new year, here are the five most viewed stories from Slow Food USA’s team of writers and...

Celebrating Juneteenth with Farmer Chippy in Baltimore

October 24, 2022 // AR22 2

Slow Food Baltimore’s second event of the year celebrating Juneteenth was held on June 18. They partnered with Farmer Chippy’s Plantation Park Heights Urban Farm, a black-owned urban farm in Baltimore. … The event was attended by over a hundred people, mostly from the Park Heights neighborhood, but folks from St. Vincent’s church and other Slow Food Baltimore friends also came out as well. It was a wildly terrific event!

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