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About Slow Food First Coast

Slow Food was founded to counteract the effects of fast food and fast life. As a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit organization, we work to save disappearing food traditions and traditional food products, to help people rediscover the joys of eating, and to understand the importance of caring where food comes from, who makes it and how it’s made. We believe that: the food we eat should taste good; it should be produced in a clean way that does not harm the environment, animal welfare or our health; food producers should receive fair compensation for their work; and that everyone should have access to good, clean, and fair food. We value food produced locally, and recognize its use.

We welcome you to become a member or donate to our cause. With any questions, please contact us today!

Announcements
Snail of Approval: St. Augustine Distillery
Posted on September 24th, 2014

Tourist and locals alike are visiting The Distillery- to tour, taste, and learn about hand crafted spirits right here in the oldest city.  Vodka, gin, rum, and Florida’s first small batch bourbon are now being made in the restored historic ice plant on Riberia Street.  Philip McDaniel and his partners are not only winning gold …Read More

SNAIL OF APPROVAL: North Beach Bistro
Posted on September 23rd, 2014

Chef David Seavey is doing a fine job of providing visitors and residents of the Atlantic Beach area of Jacksonville with a dining experience that shows a commitment to quality and sustainable in the foods they serve. The daily specials feature many items from our surrounding farms and waters and his pantry supports a list …Read More

Slow Food: Good, Clean and Fair Food for Everyone [VIDEO]
Posted on September 17th, 2014

Check out the video below: a great reminder of how far Slow Food International has come! …along with this message from Founder, Carlo Petrini : 25 years ago, my friends and I started the Slow Food movement because we believed that we were on the verge of losing something beautiful, basic and essential to life: the …Read More