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Slow Food Almanac
The Almanac brings together the year as it was lived by the worldwide Slow Food network:
projects, campaigns, aspirations and outcomes. A colorful publication illustrated by many photographs, the volume of more than 100 pages is produced in six languages in an online format. A facts and figures section adds an overview of the status of the association’s membership, projects and finances.
Slow Food Movement - FIW 2010 Report
The name is intentional: Consider Slow Food the opposite of fast food. While the latter relies on cheap, processed ingredients that do not vary by location, the Slow Food movement urges people to eat fresh, local foods and regional specialties. Slow Food also calls for a rediscovery of traditional food production methods, and for a return to pleasurable meals enjoyed with friends, family and conversation. Established in 1989, Slow Food — a global organization called Slow Food International (SFI), with regional chapters called convivia in over 150 countries — offers a new way of thinking about food.
CQ Researcher - Database
This database is the online version of the CQ Researcher print publication. It provides original, comprehensive reporting and analysis on issues in the news. Each issue discussed includes an abstract, overview, background, current situation, outlook, special focus, chronology, pro/con, bibliography, next step, contacts, and footnotes.
Points of View Reference Center
This database is designed to assist researchers in understanding the full scope of controversial subjects. It can be used as a guide to debating, developing arguments, writing position papers, and developing critical thinking skills.
Slow Food Cincinnati
Slow Food Cincinnati works to promote an open food community by improving access, facilitating dialogue, and inspiring local food culture. Â We foster an environment that works to develop, create, and savor food in a way that is educational, respectful, and delightful.
Slow Food Columbus
Slow Food Columbus seeks to create dramatic and lasting change toward a more sustainable food system. We work to promote foods grown, produced, and prepared here in Central Ohio, advocate for fair pricing in our food supply, and seek to bring our community together with events that are simply fun.
Slow Food Columbus is the local chapter of an international food movement guided by the principle of “good, clean, and fair food for all.” We are a volunteer-run nonprofit that relies on membership to support our initiatives.
To learn more about the Slow Food movement, please visit Slow Food USA and Slow Food International.