The Slow Food NYC Urban Harvest at Ujima summer program needs your help to expand and improve. Visit our crowdfunding page and make a difference in the lives and education of hundreds of kids this summer.
Slow Food NYC is proud to invite you to attend a discussion with Cricket Azima, founder of The Creative Kitchen, a company that teaches kids about food and how to cook in a fun, safe, and educational manner. Cricket will discuss how kids benefit from hands-on cooking lessons and the different ways to teach children about food.
The Slow Food NYC monthly Happy Hour is your opportunity to talk to the leadership of Slow Food NYC and let us know what you think. Got a great idea for an event? Looking for ways to get involved? Want to learn more about Slow Food? Just looking to have a relaxing drink with other "Slow" minded people? The Slur is your opportunity - free and open to everyone.
Slow Food NYC works to create a food system based on the principles of high quality and taste, environmental sustainability, and social justice—in essence, a food system that is good, clean and fair. We seek to move our culture away from the destructive effects of an industrial food system and towards the cultural, social and economic benefits of a sustainable food system, regional food traditions, and the pleasures of the table.