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Slow Food Scotland Award Winners 2019

Created six years ago, the Slow Food awards are truly democratic – with no prior shortlisting, the winners are simply chosen by whoever gets the most votes. These Awards are so powerful in highlighting Good, Clean and Fair, that like last year, thousands of you voted over the summer. Each nation has its own winners, with the highest number of votes in […]

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Slow Food Northern Ireland Award Winners 2019

Created six years ago, the Slow Food awards are truly democratic – with no prior shortlisting, the winners are simply chosen by whoever gets the most votes. These Awards are so powerful in highlighting Good, Clean and Fair, that like last year, thousands of you voted over the summer. Each nation has its own winners, with the highest number of votes in […]

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Slow Food England Award Winners 2019

Created six years ago, the Slow Food awards are truly democratic – with no prior shortlisting, the winners are simply chosen by whoever gets the most votes. These Awards are so powerful in highlighting Good, Clean and Fair, that like last year, thousands of you voted over the summer. Each nation has its own winners, with the highest number of votes in […]

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New research suggests: If we want to save the bees we need to eat less honey

New research suggests: If we want to save the bees we need to eat less honey

Discussing honey over breakfast may not be unusual, but in our household it’s easy to get into the weeds over what’s on your toast. My husband is, among other things, a beekeeper and passionate about ‘the ladies’ residing at the back of our garden. When he talks to his ag journalist wife – me – […]

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It can happen here

It can happen here

From climate change to political uncertainty, it needs some very strong rose- tinted glasses to make the future seem bright. But there is a lot we could do to make things a little better – from reducing plastic and food waste to walking more and driving less. Over the last few weeks though it looked […]

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Eat grassfed beef and save the planet

Eat grassfed beef and save the planet

The headline in the New York Times on August 6th nearly had me spill my coffee. “The Vegetarians Who Turned Into Butchers: How several former vegans and vegetarians across the country came to see meat as their calling.” It’s a great read because it shows that some vegans are starting to look at the […]

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RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival 2019

RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival 2019

Slow Food Ark of Taste Garden at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival 2019
Slow Food’s global biodiversity-protection project featured for the first time at one of the world’s biggest gardening shows in partnership with Franchi Seeds and The Eden Project.
 
 

The RHS Hampton Court Palace Festival, one of the best-loved events in the UK gardening […]

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Slow Food in the UK Sponsors Glass of Bubbly Sustainability Trophy

Slow Food in the UK Sponsors Glass of Bubbly Sustainability Trophy Glass of Bubbly is, without doubt, the most recognised name in the world of Champagne and sparkling wine promotion with annual trade tasting events and awards and we are delighted to be sponsoring the new 'Sustainability Trophy' which raises the game on sustainable viticulture within the industry.

Glass of Bubbly is the leading organisation that promotes Champagne and Sparkling Wines in the UK with growing audiences online via their news website and their social media channels.
Each year at The World’s Finest Glass of Bubbly Awards top international judges blind taste the world’s best sparkling wines, to discover trophy winning labels within easy […]

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Around 75% of global food crops rely on animal pollination. According to the FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization, the UN), today’s species are facing extinction rates 100 to 1 000 times higher than normal due to human impacts. Aspiring to respond to devastating statistics, on World Bee day, the Slow Food activists will […]

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Slow Food Living Ark of Taste Garden

Think of an endangered species and you may think of a panda or a rhino, but we have lost a staggering 94% of our vegetable varieties in the last 100 years.

The Slow Food Living Ark of Taste Garden is a collaboration between Slow Food, the world’s largest food movement and Franchi Seeds of Italy,the oldest family-owned seed company in the world, and the only seed company to attend Salone del Gusto: connecting what we grow with flavour and community.
The Ark of Taste is a global […]

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