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Slow Food First Coast Slow Food First Coast Slow Food First Coast
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
SFFC Snail of Approval: Manifest Distilling
Posted on May 18th, 2017

Located in the Sports district of Jacksonville, Manifest Distilling is a state of the art small batch distillery. In this facility spirits are being crafted with care and concern for local and sustainable practices. Current production includes non-GMO potato vodka, organic Gin bottled and ready for purchase, and organic Rye Whiskey that is aging in …Read More

SFFC Snail of Approval: This Chick Can Cook
Posted on January 30th, 2017

This Chick Can Cook offers individuals who are looking for creative catering options with will find a treasure of seasonal delights. Owner and chef, Rosaria Anderson believes that supporting community farmers and producers is sustainable, ethical, and entirely possible through her catering business and cooking classes. There is a distinct Mediterranean flair to the every …Read More

SFFC Snail of Approval: Traders Hill Farm
Posted on January 30th, 2017

Food safety and sustainability are number one at Traders Hill Farm. This spotlessly clean farm is located in northwest Jacksonville. This former chicken farm, owned by the Blaudow family, is a world class sustainable aquaponic facility. Traders Hill Farm employees a system that uses fish waste to feed the vividly healthy plants growing in abundance …Read More