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  • Labor Day Picnic

    By SF Portland Steering Committee Member, Ricky Haas It never rained on Labor Day, but it never got too hot either; the sun seemed to be playing hide-and-go-seek all day. All in all, I think, we had a nice late-Summer afternoon. As Portlanders, we seem [...]

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  • Local Lunch Voices – Portland Public Schools

    For Slow Food Portland’s upcoming Labor Day Picnic with the Time-Based Art Festival, we’re lucky enough to not only be partnering with the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, but also with a collection of excellent Portland-based school lunch advocates. These groups are already working on-the-ground [...]

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  • The Right Price for Food

    In last week’s Oregonian FOODday section, writer Leslie Cole ran an even-handed article entitled, “Which price is right?” The piece ran a simple price comparison between the same set of groceries purchased from a farmer’s market, through a CSA, at the progressive Portland-area grocer New [...]

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