Herbicides are contaminating our food. Where are you eating them?

HERBICIDES ARE CONTAMINATING OUR FOOD. WHERE ARE YOU EATING THEM?

The world's best-selling herbicide, glyphosate (commonly known by the household brand name Roundup, owned by Monsanto) is used on food...

Mobile technology is changing the lives of farmers in Uganda

MOBILE TECHNOLOGY IS CHANGING THE LIVES OF FARMERS IN UGANDA

Scientific research and technological improvements have contributed to the development of Ugandan agronomy over the years, with the...

 
 
 
Hunger4Bees: Declining Bee Populations Mean and Our Food

HUNGER4BEES: DECLINING BEE POPULATIONS MEAN AND OUR FOOD

A multimedia report by journalists Monica Pelliccia and Adelina Zarlenga and photographer Daniela Frechero uses four stories from Italy...

FROM A COMMON AGRICULTURAL POLICY TO A COMMON FOOD POLICY

Last week was the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome, which established the European Economy Community, and simultaneously, the...

 
 
 
Slow Fish 2017 in Genoa: We are the net!

SLOW FISH 2017 IN GENOA: WE ARE THE NET!

The eighth edition of Slow Fish -the international event organized by Slow Food and the Region of Liguria-will be held from Thursday,...

Pesticide Action Week: Agroecology Protects Biodiversity

PESTICIDE ACTION WEEK: AGROECOLOGY PROTECTS BIODIVERSITY

Along with other organizations, Slow Food is participating in the international Pesticide Action Week, organized by the Pesticide Action...

 
 
 
Slow Fish Caribbean: Cooperation, Peace and Sustainability for the Future of Fishing

SLOW FISH CARIBBEAN: COOPERATION, PEACE AND SUSTAINABILITY FOR THE FUTURE OF FISHING

Launch conference for the project held on Thursday March 9 in San Andrés, Colombia With a focus on the Mexican coast of Quintana Roo,...

Pesticides: debunking the myths

PESTICIDES: DEBUNKING THE MYTHS

New UN report at odds with agribusiness propaganda The idea that pesticides are essential to feed a rapidly-growing world population...

 
 
 
Against the Global Seed Grab

AGAINST THE GLOBAL SEED GRAB

The World Bank's latest report on the Enabling the Business of Agriculture , published on February 7th, aims to eliminate legal barriers...

Pesticide Action Week: Another Kind of Agriculture Is Possible!

PESTICIDE ACTION WEEK: ANOTHER KIND OF AGRICULTURE IS POSSIBLE!

From March 20 to 30, events around the world will inform consumers about the environmental and health risks of pesticides and promote...

 
 
 
A Raw Injustice - The Story of Errington Cheese

A RAW INJUSTICE - THE STORY OF ERRINGTON CHEESE

The curious legal system of the United Kingdom, wherein Scotland and Northern Ireland each have the power to create their own separate...

Unique Amazon River Mouth Reef Ecosystem Under Threat

UNIQUE AMAZON RIVER MOUTH REEF ECOSYSTEM UNDER THREAT

“This makes everything we published out of date. We are rewriting the textbooks,” said oceanographer Fabiano Thompson regarding the...

 
 
 
In pictures: Social Farming Day in Bil'in, Palestine

IN PICTURES: SOCIAL FARMING DAY IN BIL'IN, PALESTINE

Bil'in is a small village in Palestine, just a few miles west of Ramallah and overlooking the West Bank wall. Here, the Slow Food Ramallah...

Solar-Powered Food

SOLAR-POWERED FOOD

Good, clean, fair-and solar. The Cuban experience shows how producing food with renewable energy sources and without possible fuels...

 
 
 
What's the price of a loaf of bread?

WHAT'S THE PRICE OF A LOAF OF BREAD?

It may seem like one of the most normal questions in the world, especially given its symbolic significance in matters of social stability:...

In pictures: From Tree to Cup Coffee Festival, Uganda

IN PICTURES: FROM TREE TO CUP COFFEE FESTIVAL, UGANDA

Coffee has a very old history in Uganda. In the colonial period it was synonymous with brutality, as the British forced Ugandan farmers...

 
 
 
It is Time to Give the Oceans a Break ­- says World Bank

IT IS TIME TO GIVE THE OCEANS A BREAK ­- SAYS WORLD BANK

It might be correct to say that, for the fishing industry, less is more - about 83 billion dollars more. The World Bank's Sunken Billions...

“Whoever has the seeds has the power”

“WHOEVER HAS THE SEEDS HAS THE POWER”

“Farm closings, concentration of lands, patents and monocultures: These are the effects of the power of multinationals in the food...

 
 
 

STARTING YOUR OWN FOOD BUSINESS WITH SFYN AND AERES UNIVERSITY IN THE NETHERLANDS

SFYN & Aeres University launch new bachelor degree program in the Netherlands: Food Entrepreneurship In the Netherlands, students can...

SaveTheHive - Join the Bee Rescue Team with Slow Food Mexico

SAVETHEHIVE - JOIN THE BEE RESCUE TEAM WITH SLOW FOOD MEXICO

Bees are our primary farmers, and their disappearance signals bigger problems that we all need to be aware of. Slow Food Mexico has...

 
 
 



Lemon Pull Apart Rolls

These Lemon Pull Apart Rolls from Cooking on the Front Burner is a citrus lover's dream come true! The lemon glaze is the perfect sweet topping and the whole recipe is made and... Read more ...

10 Places To Eat Dim Sum In New York City

We're not ones to purposefully start a bi-coastal dispute here at Food Republic, and so we won't outright declare New York City as home to the country's best dim sum scene... Read more ...

Canadian report on soda taxes

A group of Canadian health organizations has issued a report on the health and economic impacts of sugary drink consumption, based on research they commissioned.. The research... Read more ...

Lemon Coconut Cake

This Lemon Coconut Cake from Julie's Eats and Treats is the perfect springtime brunch treat! Moist, flavorful homemade cake is topped with the tastiest lemon and coconut cream... Read more ...

Spring Potato Bites

PARTNER POST: Get ready for the months ahead with new potato recipes that will inspire your spring and summer cooking. For breakfast or as an appetizer, let these fun spring... Read more ...

Oven Baked Seasoned French Fries

These Oven Baked Seasoned French Fries from Diethood are the best tasting basked french fries ever! They are deliciously seasoned and cooked in the oven until perfectly golden!... Read more ...

Basque Braised Chicken With Peppers

Recipes This braised chicken recipe with Espelette pepper is emblematic of the Basque region's affection for colorful, peppery stews. Read more ...

11 Dried Mexican Chiles to Know and Love, and How to Use Them

Food A beginner's guide to the pantry workhorse of Mexico How to identify, shop for, and cook with the pantry workhorse of the Mexican kitchen: dried chile peppers. Read more ...

8 Kitchen Remedies for Perfect Roses

Get perfect, beautiful rose blooms with simple fixes right in your kitchen with these 8 kitchen remedies for perfect roses . Kitchen Remedies for Perfect Roses Do you want to... Read more ...

13 Meatball Recipes From Around The World

You know what doesn't own meatballs? Spaghetti. That's right, a rolled-up ball of ground meat belongs to everyone on the planet in a ton of delicious ways. The evidence lies in... Read more ...