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Latest revision as of 20:23, 1 December 2020

Slow-food-logo-vector.png
Formation1989
Founded atParis
TypeNon-profit
HeadquartersSlow Food International
Location
  • Bra, Italy
president
Carlo Petrini
Main organ
International Council and Executive Committee
Websitehttps://www.slowfood.com/


Slow Food Network connects initiatives globally, striving to "prevent the disappearance of local food cultures and traditions, counteract the rise of fast life and combat people’s dwindling interest in the food they eat, where it comes from and how our food choices affect the world around us."[1]


Overview

Stemming from the opposition to the upsurge of fast-food restaurants in Italy at the end of 1980s, the eco-gastronomic, member-supported movement has spread around the world since the beginning of 1990s. Since then, Slow Food has developped membership in 160 countries and has formed national networks in Italy, Germany, Switzerland, United States, Japan, Great Britain, Brazil, Kenya, South Korea etc.

The movement is organised as an association with international headquarters in Bra, Italy. The association has an International Council and Executive Committee. National chapters have decisional autonomy but they follow the political guidelines decided by Slow Food International.[2]

In addition to this, there are over 1500 Slow Food communities worldwide, as well as three affiliate bodies:

The basic idea of Slow Food has later extended to other fields. The book [3] (page 114) says: "A further development of Slow Food movement is the Slow City movement which builds on the ideas of Slow Food but extends the philosophy to cities and destinations. Following on from the Slow Food and Slow City movements, Slow Tourism has evolved as an extension of this philosophy to encompass travel and tourism activities. There is very little research on Slow Tourism, but nevertheless there is a growing interest in this concept."


Purpose of Slow food

History of Slow food

Narrative of change

Read more about the concept of narrative of change


Scope of Slow food

Membership

Iniatives in numbers

Locations

Links to key examples

Numbers of people involved, and indirect beneficiaries

Impacts of Slow food

Ecological impacts

Social impacts

Economic impacts

Impacts in other dimensions

Research on Slow food

Bibliography

References