One small gene for crops, one giant threat for mankind.

One small gene for crops, one giant threat for mankind.

We are calling for a better food future: a world without GMO. Join us, sign GM-free me lively digital petition: Our voice for a GMO-free Britain.

 

One in ten thousand - an Ebola story.

One in ten thousand – an Ebola story.

Members and supporters of our Slow Food Edinburgh group, who contributed to the 10,000 Gardens in Africa project, have been anxiously awaiting news of 'their' garden at Walay-Mamudu in western Sierra Leone since the Ebola epidemic hit that country earlier this year.
Ark of Taste Product of the Month - October/November - Badger Face Welsh Mountain Lamb

Ark of Taste Product of the Month – October/November – Badger Face Welsh Mountain Lamb

Consumers are being failed by supermarkets who favour imported New Zealand lamb to the detriment of UK farmers...
New Seasonal Calendar

New Seasonal Calendar

The UK Ark of Taste programme searches for the best British products available. Find out when to enjoy them here...
Slow Food UK’s Chef Alliance Celebrates 125 members

Slow Food UK’s Chef Alliance Celebrates 125 members

We are proud to announce that Slow Food UK's Chef Alliance has officially reached 125th members. Approaching the Chef Alliance’s 3 year anniversary, we are delighted to welcome Tom Kerridge......

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Slow Food UK
October 31, 2014 at 3:55 pm

One small gene for crops, one giant threat for mankind.
Our new article is out!

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One small gene for crops, one giant threat for mankind. - Slow Food Uk

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Under the guise of rescuing the starving world, Monsanto, Syngenta and Bayer CropScience, to name but a few, some years ago developed a process to make seeds more resistant to insects, harsh weather conditions and various crops diseases. How? By modifying its genetic heritage. What does this mean ex…

Slow Food UK
October 30, 2014 at 11:46 am

Eat real food.

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Slow Food UK
October 29, 2014 at 5:29 pm

Jack Monroe explains why food is far more political than people think, and why that's down to our own deeply held class notions and prejudices. Monroe was speaking at the Observer Ideas festival 2014 at the Barbican Center in central London, part of Guardian Live!

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Jack Monroe on the politics of food - video

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Chef and campaigner Jack Monroe explains why food is far more political than people think, and why that's down to our own deeply held class notions and prejudices

Slow Food UK
October 28, 2014 at 2:46 pm

Slow Food UK shared Eat Local Grown's photo.

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Slow Food UK
October 27, 2014 at 5:45 pm

The 2015 Lavazza Calendar Earth defenders supports 10,000 gardens in Africa, a Slow Food International project.

'We can't achieve good food if we are not happy, every small-scale farmer has to be happy, they must to be able to choose their seeds, the way they grow their food.'

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The 2015 Lavazza Calendar

Slow Food UK
October 27, 2014 at 2:27 pm

Listen to Gareth Johns From Slow Food Cymru speaking about Terra Madre 2014!

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Gareth Johns from Slow Food Cymru Interviewed at Terra Madre 2014

Chef Alliance member Gareth Johns chat to us about his Terra Madre experience!