Slow Food USA Slow Food is an idea, a way of living and a way of eating. It is a global, grassroots movement with thousands of members around the world that links the pleasure of food with a commitment to community and the environment.
Slow Food International
Philosophy of the organization: “Slow Food is good, cleanand fairfood. We believe that the food we eat should taste good; that it should be produced in a clean way that does not harm the environment, animal welfare or our health; and that food producers should receive fair compensation for their work.”
The Meaning of Food – A PBS documentary
“The Meaning of Food"is an exploration of culture through food. What we consume, how we acquire it, who prepares it, who’s at the table, and who eats first is a form of communication that is rich with meaning.
Slow Food from Slowmovement.com
The Slow Food movement aims to preserve cultural cuisine and in so doing to preserve the food plants and seeds, domestic animals and farming within an ecoregion.
What one city is doing: Slow Food Seattle Across the nation, and across the world, Slow Food is working hard to preserve and protect local foods and food traditions. More than 80,000 members in over 130 countries across the world have become co-producers, not consumers, because by being informed about how our food is produced and actively supporting those who produce it, we become a partner in the production process.
Sustainable Food Change.org is an online hub for social change. The organization runs leading online communities for 20 major causes ranging from homelessness to women’s rights to poverty, and through a team of 100 expert writers and 3,000 nonprofit partners, it serves as the central platform for launching and promoting movements for social change on the web.
Sustainable Food Laboratory
The Sustainable Food Lab is a consortium of business, non profit and public organizations working together to accelerate the shift toward sustainability. The Sustainable Food Lab facilitates market-based solutions to the key issues—including climate, soil, poverty, and water—that are necessary for a healthy and sustainable food system to feed a growing world.