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.

 

The FSA and their so-called 'Risky foods'

The FSA and their so-called ‘Risky foods’

The FSA’s apparent change of heart on raw drinking milk over the summer earlier this year seemed like a breeze of fresh air, a more rational and reasonable approach to the management of food safety risks looked to be in the making. It now seems that a return to historical paranoia is the order of the day.

Paula McIntyre - Interview Terra Madre

Paula McIntyre – Interview Terra Madre

Paul McIntyre, member of the Chef Aliance was in Turin for the International Slow Food Biennial: Terra Madre.

The Great Christmas Pudding Challenge

The Great Christmas Pudding Challenge

Think yours is the perfect pudding? Put it to the test in a fantastic new charitable initiative – The Great Christmas Pudding Challenge...
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.

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Slow Food is a global, grassroots organisation with supporters in over 150 countries around the world that links the pleasure of food with a commitment to the community and the environment. Get involved and read about our programmes.

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Slow Food UK
November 25, 2014 at 2:09 pm

And you? Which potato you would rather eat!?

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Hartos.org: Te alimentas con pesticidas?

Esta niña de 3er grado sorprendió a todos con su experimento (Disculpas por las erratas del subtítulo, quien lo ha hecho no domina el castellano, pero lo importante es el mensaje)

Verónica - 27/3/2014 Con este simple experimento, Elise nos muestra una gran diferencia entre productos orgánicos y productos con pesticidas. Siempre que puedas, prefiere orgánico!


http://hartos.org/participa
Hartos.org somos gente como tú: para cambiar el sistema nos organizamos desde 2011 en Candidaturas Ciudadanas de Confluencia e Independientes en sus decisiones sobre programa, candidatos y marca. Ya estamos en casi 400 municipios y creciendo.

Cambiar el sistema consiste en que el poder resida en la gente y no en oligarquías ni telelíderes. Participa en la formación de Candidaturas Ciudadanas, entra en: http://hartos.org/participa

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Slow Food UK
November 25, 2014 at 11:10 am

Multinational companies are increasingly seizing control and ownership on Africa resources. Oceans are no exception! This is call ocean grabbing. Due to privatisation of the ocean, small scale fishers lose their access and rights to the resources which their livelihood has traditionally depended on.

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Stop Ocean Grabbing - Our oceans are not for sale!

Afrika Kontakt's danish campaign against Ocean Grabbing. Sign the petition: http://www.stopoceangrabbing.dk

Slow Food UK
November 24, 2014 at 5:38 pm

The more small farmers lands are grabbed, the more global hunger increases: Want to double world food production? Return the land to small farmers!

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Want to double world food production? Return the land to small farmers!

http://www.theecologist.org

All over the world, small farmers are being forced off their land to make way for corporate agriculture, writes GRAIN - and it's justified by the need to 'feed the world'. But it's the small farmers that are the most productive, and the more their land is grabbed, the more global hunger increases. W…

Slow Food UK
November 24, 2014 at 12:46 pm

Slow Food UK shared AltHealthWORKS's photo.

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Or alternately, "Don't Panic, Go Organic!"

Via: Amish Country Foods

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Slow Food UK
November 20, 2014 at 5:04 pm

Buy local, think sustainable!

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