Carlo Petrini to visit Slow Food ScotlandSlow Food Scotland is delighted to be hosting a 5-day visit this week from the father of the Slow Food. Find out more about the programme and events here.
Blaisdon Red PlumWelcome the newest addition to the Ark of Taste: the Blaisdon Red Plum, a traditional English jam variety that also eats very well when ripe. As the area of land maintained as traditional orchards has plummeted since 1950s, it is absolutely vital to protect and celebrate this severely threatened part of our heritage; traditional orchards are carefully managed to provide a haven for wildlife and of course produce some of Britain's best fruit.
Less is more
Maybe we should stop asking why real food is expensive and start asking why processed food is so cheap. What are the consequences for ever cheaper meat?
Pacta sunt servanda – Agreements must be kept -
Caveat about the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) from the UK‘s perspective.