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Slow Food

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rebecca olson

on 1 December 2010

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Transcript of Slow Food

Slow Food Slow Movement: Living
Money
Cities
Travel
Books
Schools
Food Culture and Identity Cost-Benefit Analysi$ Science Nutrition Education What can I do?



plant a little garden


choose better learn how to cook
healthy/natural
dishes you like!



plan ahead



Objectives

The Slow Food movement incorporates a series of objectives within its mission, including:

* forming and sustaining seed banks to preserve heirloom varieties in cooperation with local food systems
* developing an "Ark of Taste" for each ecoregion, where local culinary traditions and foods are celebrated
* preserving and promoting local and traditional food products, along with their lore and preparation
* organizing small-scale processing (including facilities for slaughtering and short run products)
* organizing celebrations of local cuisine within regions (for example, the Feast of Fields held in some cities in Canada)
* promoting "taste education"
* educating consumers about the risks of fast food
* educating citizens about the drawbacks of commercial agribusiness and factory farms
* educating citizens about the risks of monoculture and reliance on too few genomes or varieties
* developing various political programs to preserve family farms
* lobbying for the inclusion of organic farming concerns within agricultural policy
* lobbying against government funding of genetic engineering
* lobbying against the use of pesticides
* teaching gardening skills to students and prisoners
* encouraging ethical buying in local marketplaces
Who Am I? GOOD

CLEAN

FAIR





















which foods
do you enjoy?







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