• Slow Food Travel: Another Amalfi

    Slow Food Travel: Another Amalfi

    Beyond its world famous beaches and seaside resorts, the Amalfi Coast is made up of communities and small-scale artisanal productions that protect this...
  • Caucasian Buffalo and Mountain Honey are new Slow Food Presidia in Azerbaijan

    Caucasian Buffalo and Mountain Honey are new Slow Food Presidia in Azerbaijan

    The EU-funded ‘Community-based Value Chain Enhancement in the Greater Caucasus Mountains Area’ (COVCHEG) project has reached another fundamental milestone today: the creation of two new Slow...
  • Settlers’ Icelandic Hen Landnámshæna Named a Slow Food Presidium

    Settlers’ Icelandic Hen Landnámshæna Named a Slow Food Presidium

    The new status, obtained thanks to the shared efforts of farmers and institutions, recognizes the fundamental importance of this heritage poultry breed to...
  • Mexico joins the Slow Food Coffee Coalition

    Mexico joins the Slow Food Coffee Coalition

    By Stephany Escamilla Femat Mexico is the northernmost coffee-growing country in the Americas. Something distinguishing Mexican coffee from other countries is that more...
  • The true price of coffee: the bitter aftertaste of seasonal migration and child labor in Guatemala

    The true price of coffee: the bitter aftertaste of seasonal migration and child labor in Guatemala

    By: Lucía Rivera Lima The food industry is full of “dark sides” that need to step into the light for us to see....
  • Ugandan coffee communities protecting diversity and quality

    Ugandan coffee communities protecting diversity and quality

    By John Wanyu The Slow Food coffee growers from Uganda are working hard to protect the diversity and quality of their products. To achieve...
  • How coffee shaped Colombia

    How coffee shaped Colombia

    By Maria Jose Parra For many decades, Colombia has held a strong reputation for its single-origin coffee. It has suitable land to produce...