The Second Annual Slow Food Show

Sunday, December 2, 2012 (
1:00pm to 5:00pm

The Second Annual Slow Food Show showcases local food entrepreneurs who are committed to building the regional food and farming economy in the production of their artisanal products. The efforts of these producers deliver undeniably delicious outcomes.

All of the participating producers are small-scale and hands-on. Sharing a commitment to good, clean, and fair food, they:

  • Maintain production facilities in New York City, or New York State, in the case of co-packing or on-farm production.
  • Use principal ingredients that are produced primarily in our region in a sustainable and humane way or, if from afar, that are traded in a fair or direct manner.
  • Do not use artificial ingredients.

The public is invited to come and everyone can sample products, chat with the producers, and purchase showcased products and small batch beers from Jimmy's extensive list. Additionally, Slow Food NYC will announce its Producer Matrix – a list of regional farms that supply restaurants, markets, and processors with sustainably grown and humanely raised products.

The Slow Food Show is produced in partnership with Fare Trade NYC (, an alliance of local/artisanal food producers,  and Jimmy's No. 43 (  Here are the list of attending producers.

Proceeds from this event support the programs of Slow Food NYC and Fare Trade NYC, including Slow Food NYC's Urban Harvest, an educational program in twelve New York City schools and at a summer urban farm. Each year, more than 1,000 kids learn how good, clean, and fair food is important to their health and well-being, the health of their families and communities, and the health of the planet.

For more information, contact Ed Yowell ( or Przemek Adolf (

Location: Jimmy's No. 43 - 43 East 7th St. (btn 2nd & 3rd Ave); Manhattan 

Tickets: $10 Slow Food Members / $15 Non-members / $15 At the Door