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International Programs

Ark of Taste

A worldwide project to catalog and collect small-scale quality foods that belong to the cultures, history and traditions of the entire planet: an extraordinary heritage of fruits, vegetables, animal breeds, cheeses, breads, sweets and cured meats. See more...

Presidia

Slow Food Presidia take concrete action to protect a traditional product (an Ark product), a traditional technique (of fishing, ranching, processing or cultivation), or an endangered rural landscape or ecosystem (like ancient olive groves or citrus orchards) at risk of extinction. See more...

Slow Cheese

Preserving cheeses, animal breeds, pastures, herders, skills and ancient knowledge to protect food culture. See more...

Slow Fish

Initiatives that promote artisanal fishing and neglected fish species, and inspire reflection on the state and management of the sea's resources. See more...

Earth Markets

A worldwide network of community-run farmers markets that respect the Slow Food philosophy and provide access to good, clean and fair local food. See more...

Global Terra Madre Network

Terra Madre is an international network of over 7,000 food producers, cooks, and university educators. Every for years, network delegates come together to discus global food sustainability issues. See more...

Ten Thousand Gardens in Africa

“Ten Thousand Gardens in Africa” relies on the transfer of knowledge from the old to the young and a reinforced spirit of collaboration to provide education for farmers and young people, improve biodiversity, and teach the sustainable use of soil and water. See more...

The Project of 1000 Gardens in Africa

Slow Food Editore

Slow Food Italy created a publishing house in 1989 to distribute books and magazine that raise the profile of quality food and wine production; safeguard endangered artisan specialties, vegetable species and animal breeds; inform and educate consumers; and promote clean, sustainable agriculture and a new idea of gastronomy. See more...

University of Gastronomic Sciences

The University of Gastronomic Sciences was co-founded in by Slow Food International in 2004, in cooperation with the Italian regions of Emilia-Romagna and Piemonte. With students hailing from more than 65 countries, UNISG has today graduated over 1100 gastronomes. Multiple programs at the undergraduate and master level are offered in both English and Italian, each featuring a unique interdisciplinary and multi-channel design. See more...

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