Thank you, Denver!

After a weekend of flavor, culture and exploration, our bellies are full and our hearts are too. We met new friends and caught up with old buddies, and now we leave inspired to change the world through food that is good, clean and fair for all. See you next year, Denver!

Snapshot of Slow Food Nations 2018

As East met West and South met North, we saw the pieces of the global movement come together, weaving a rich tapestry of communities dedicated to Food for Change.

We Are the Ancestors of Our Descendants

As Indigenous people, we are reclaiming and regaining our identity through our traditional healthy food. We are creating healing spaces and opportunities through our relationship with food and our culture.

Equity, Inclusion and Justice

Slow Food is embracing equity, inclusion and justice in food with the release of a draft “Equity, Inclusion and Justice Manifesto.” This document was presented to the 300 leaders present at the day-long summit to kick off the Slow Food Nations festival. The document acknowledges that “many injustices still exist within our food system. Our local and national work is to dismantle these structures.”