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Protected: Slow Food England Award Winners 2020

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Protected: Slow Food Northern Ireland Award Winners 2020

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Protected: Slow Food Cymru Wales Award Winners 2020

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Protected: Slow Food Scotland Award Winners 2020

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Slow Food in the UK Awards 2020

Every year, Slow Food in the UK invites our supporters to nominate their favourite growers, bakers, fishmongers, cheesemongers, grocers, restaurants and products in our nine categories to choose the nation’s favourite slow food producers and vendors.

Created seven years ago, the awards seeks to promote local businesses that consistently deliver […]

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Bone and Block bring Slow Meat to your door

Bone and Block bring Slow Meat to your door

Slow Food Supporters Bone and Block , take the very finest sourced meat and bring it your door.

Think the finest steaks, Salt Marsh Lamb, Dry Aged Beef and heritage breeds.

Looking for something truly delicious and unusual? Then try Galician Beef or retired Dairy cows – these older beasts are wowing restaurants and Chefs, and now […]

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SF Aylsham – recipe book

SF Aylsham - recipe book

Members of Slow Food Aylsham finally launched their second recipe book this month (Oct) – in time for their now-cancelled 15th anniversary celebrations.Called Canny Cooking, the 24-page, fully illustrated handbook, is aimed at the growing numbers of Food Bank users so all recipes are based on the contents of a typical food bank parcel – mainly […]

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Practical ways we can avoid eating low welfare meat

Yesterday, Parliament overturned the Lords amendments which would have put safeguards on our food supply.

Sadly, it was always going to be and we take no pleasure at all in saying this path we are now on is exactly what was going to happen, and have been saying so for several years.

Whilst some ministers tell us […]

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Could eating meat save the planet?

Could eating meat save the planet?

Could eating meat save the planet?

Dr Sally Bell, a medical doctor specialising in lifestyle medicine, explores how ethical meat consumption can help improve environmental, welfare and health standards across the board.

I have been talking about our broken food system over the past few weeks. Industrialised farming is having a devastating effect on our planet […]

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Eating Local: Celebrating Northern Irish products

Eating Local: Celebrating Northern Irish products

Eating Local: Celebrating Northern Irish products

In this series, Slow Food in the UK meets different growers, producers and small business owners looking to find innovative and sustainable ways of improving the food supply chain. This week, we meet Belfast-based couple Lydia Hodgins and Justin Thompson, founders of LocalBox, a food delivery service encouraging members to […]

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