Slow Food is a major international non-profit association committed to give the right value to food, in respect of those who produce, in harmony with the environment and ecosystems, thanks to the knowledge of which they are custodians territories and traditions. Slow Food is working every day in 150 countries to promote good nutrition, clean and fair for all.
A growing worldwide network that gives voice to those who want to build from the bottom a different model of food production that respects the balance of nature, the dignity of producers, consumers’ health. They are part of the Earth Mother peasants, farmers, fishermen, cooks, academics, students, consumers, who share the same desire: to safeguard the territory and guarantee everyone a good, clean and fair. Terra Madre is the meeting between representatives of the global network (in Turin every two years) and regional networks (in Tours, Bilbao, Brasilia, Buenos Aires, Dar es Salam, etc.). Terra Madre is a set of local projects on five continents that protect biodiversity and promote short supply chains and taste education.
The Salone Internazionale del Gusto, organized by Slow Food, the Piedmont Region and the City of Turin in its seventh edition, is a food market, a meeting place and gathering where he engaged in the economy and the exchange of food and wine culture. The goal is to provide consumers and visitors of signs to know and learn to choose food. The Hall becomes a real place for debate on the major issues: the supply chain to consumers, from advertising to education, everything, in short, what concerns gastronomy and economy associated with it.
L’association Slow Food Monaco Riviera Côte d'Azur se compose de restaurateurs, hôteliers, ou même de simples personnes qui aiment la bonne cuisine, l’alimentation propre et la qualité de la vie. On peut devenir membres dans plusieurs manières, au but de soutenir et participer à l’association d’une façon active et importante. L’association a établi des différentes typologies d’inscription.