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The Future of Uganda is in Danger: Stop Land Grabbing!

The Future of Uganda is in Danger: Stop Land Grabbing! An increase in land grabbing in Uganda has pushed Slow Food to launch a campaign against it

After the press conference held today in Mukono (Uganda), Slow Food has officially launched the campaign “Our Future is in Danger: Stop Land Grabbing!” The campaign aims to raise awareness about land grabbing* and its consequences among the population and stimulate political debate at all levels, from civil society to local authorities and Parliament.

The campaign will run for several weeks in the first […]

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London Food Link

Slow Food UK is a not–for–profit organisation seeking to promote a better way to eat, celebrating Britain’s rich food traditions and protecting our edible biodiversity. As a member your annual subscription will support Slow Food activities where you live and across the world.
Membership benefits include a wide range of activities including talks, tastings, producer visits […]

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Bacon – an experiment in home curing

Bacon - an experiment in home curing 'Fortune favours the brave.' - My Greek of the week, Pliny the Elder

This article is about the greatest love of my life, a sizzling hot, delectable, hunk of muscle. Yes that’s right, Bacon. Honestly, can anything beat a crispy rasher, slowly dripping grease onto a freshly buttered wodge of bread? Bacon is produced by a process of curing and hanging, a traditional process that was once widely […]

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Slow Food Membership Offer – Slow Pig Sunday

Thank you for wanting to join Slow Food after attending our Slow Pig Sunday event with Robert and Sara Buttle.
Slow Food depends on members for everything we do: without membership fees we wouldn’t be able to build school gardens, plant orchards, or campaign for a better food system for all.
Our membership fees are normally £36 […]

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Slow Food Lapsed Member Offer November 2017

 
Thank you for wanting to rejoin Slow Food
Slow Food depends on members for everything we do: without membership fees we wouldn’t be able to build school gardens, plant orchards, or campaign for a better food system for all.
Our membership fees are normally £36 per year for individuals or £48 per year for family (2 adults […]

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Q&A with Giancarlo Moretti Polegato of Villa Sandi

Q&A with Giancarlo Moretti Polegato of Villa Sandi

Villa Sandi is Family owned – how does that change the way it is produced?
A family is the outcome of tradition, of cultural heritage, of special bonds and when a winery is family owned all of this is projected and reflected into the wines it creates.
A family has been generally located in the production area for decades, if not centuries, and this creates a […]

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BBC Radio 4’s The Food Programme Wins at the Fortnum & Mason Food and Drink Awards 2016

BBC Radio 4’s The Food Programme Wins at the Fortnum & Mason Food and Drink Awards 2016 for Dan Saladino’s Section “The Ark of Taste: The World’s Most Endangered Foods” 
The slot “The Ark of Taste: The World’s Most Endangered Foods” on BBC Radio 4’s The Food Programme was yesterday awarded a prestigious recognition […]

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Call to Action: Raw Milk Cheese & Stilton

Call to Action: Raw Milk Cheese & Stilton

One of the oldest cheeses in Europe can’t use its own name
How would you like it if one day someone stopped you from using your own name? It certainly wouldn’t be a happy day, and the whole business would appear nonsensical. Sign our petition here
Yet this is precisely what has happened in the […]

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Sugar: The Good, The Bad & The Delicious

Chef Alliance member, Kenneth Culhane,  has long put into practice its strong views on the use of sugar, all the more timely now with the widening debate on sugar as the ‘villain of the piece’, and the lobby for a tax on sugar and sugary drinks.
The Dysart Petersham where Culhane is Head Chef […]

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Life Membership

Slow Food in the UK relies on the generosity of its members, both individuals and the artisans, to fund our work.
Life membership provides Slow Food with the stability of income to allow us to plan our projects and campaigns, to ensure that we keep fighting for food sovereignty & dignity, against a backdrop of agricultural […]

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