Category Archive for: ‘Policy’

  • Food deserts

    As we get ready to launch our series of events on fair food labor, it is important to remember the other aspect of the “fair” commitment in Slow Food’s mission: fair access to food. On Sunday, The Oregonian devoted an article to the disparities between […]

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  • Dear Mr. President…

    Barack Obama may just be the most popular man in America right now. After all, if you were President-Elect, don’t you think that you too would have people lined up for a chance to voice their ideas for the coming administration? Shrewdly, the next President […]

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  • Political Season

    With the election just a week away, a palpable political buzz is electrifying conversation. While food issues have largely been overlooked in the Presidential campaign, our country is just beginning to get engaged with food on a much more substantial and political level. For proof, […]

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  • Slow Food Nation

    We came, we saw, we tasted Slow Food Nation. Photos: P. Leonard, It was a truly amazing weekend, full of energy and creativity and the spirit of collaboration, and it has certainly left us with a lot to chew on. We weren’t able to see […]

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