Slow Food is committed to the right to good, clean and fair food for all.
Promoting biodiversity not only fights against the standardization of taste and cultures, but also supports small-scale agriculture adapted to environmental balance.
Slow Food's approach is based on a concept of food quality defined by three interconnected principles: good, clean and fair.
GOOD: fresh, tasty and seasonal food, able to satisfy our senses in accordance with our local culture and identity.
CLEAN: food production and consumption that does not harm the environment, animal welfare or human health.
FAIR: affordable prices for consumers and remuneration for producers as well as working conditions that allow producers to make a decent living.
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