Less speed, more taste behind Slow Food trend

Slow Food event Paris making soup
"We also want to make sure that Slow Food is accessible to as many people as possible and not just an elite"

Every edition we assess an aspect of the French zeitgeist. This month: the movement for values in food sourcing, by Jane Hanks

The Slow Food Movement is not just about taking time to enjoy your meal, something the French are already very good at. It is also about eating the kind of food that has been reared, produced and cooked with care and making sure old varieties and breeds are appreciated and supported so that we continue to have a wide range of foods to choose from.

In France this anti- Fast Food movement is growing in popularity. This year, Slow Food France has published its first guide book listing 100 French Slow Foods and where and how ...

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