Category Archive for: ‘SF USA’

  • Time for Lunch!

    Today, Slow Food USA launches it’s first-ever national policy campaign for school lunch reform. With chapters across the country, we will join together to declare that it’s Time for Lunch, and time for our country to prioritize the overhaul of the Childhood Nutrition Act. Revitalized […]

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  • Steamrollers, dreamers, and elitists: Alice Waters on 60 Minutes

    On Sunday evening, 60 Minutes featured a lengthy segment on Alice Waters and her role as major advocate for Slow Food. To be sure, it is a big step for the mainstream recognition of the food movement, but it hasn’t come without a lot of […]

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  • “Reclaiming a Cuisine”: Bryant Terry in the Portland Mercury

    Patrick Alan Coleman, Food Editor for the Portland Mercury, had a chance this week to interview Bryant Terry about his work and upcoming Slow Food Portland event. At 35, Terry has fond memories of growing up in Memphis, Tennessee, with grandparents from rural Mississippi who […]

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  • Oregonian: “Slow Food Portland moves faster on social activism”

    Today’s Oregonian ran a feature article on Slow Food Portland and the gradual evolution of the Slow Food Movement! Including interviews with the Oregon Food Bank, the Community Food Security Coalition, and PCUN, the story outlines a bit of Slow Food’s increasing attention to food […]

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