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Wendell Berry on KQED

This morning, Michael Krasny of KQED/San Francisco was joined by Wendell Berry, a farmer, author, and poet who has been living and writing about Slow Food principles long before the organization existed. A participant in […] Read More >>>

Josh Viertel and Ruth Reichl: Slow Food on Less Money

Slow Food USA president Josh Viertel and Ruth Reichl, editor-in-chief of Gourmet, appeared recently on Leonard Lopate’s WNYC show to discuss the importance of sustainable agriculture and how good, clean, and fair food can be […] Read More >>>

Michael Pollan on the Leonard Lopate Show (WNYC)

WNYC’s Leonard Lopate welcomed Michael Pollan to his radio program earlier this week to discuss the ideas Pollan has raised in In Defense of Food and in his recent article in the New York Times, […] Read More >>>

In Other Media: Michael Pollan (and others) on the State of Our Food

In print: Michael Pollan’s open letter to the next president anchored the New York Times Magazine of Sunday, October 12: “Farmer In Chief: What the Next President Can and Should Do to Remake the Way […] Read More >>>

CHOW Presents Slow Food Nation Podcasts

In addition to being among the supporters and sponsors of Slow Food Nation, CHOW is presenting a series of “bite-sized bulletins,” interviews with the people behind the scenes who are tasting, selecting, organizing, and working […] Read More >>>

Edward Espe Brown on “Good Food”

This Saturday, Evan Kleiman’s “Good Food” broadcast on KCRW will include Evan’s conversation with Edward Espe Brown: chef, Zen practitioner, cookbook author, and the subject of the recently released documentary, How to Cook Your Life. […] Read More >>>

Slow Food Conversations

Alice Waters and Ruth Reichl, editor-in-chief of Gourmet magazine, spoke with Leonard Lopate on his WNYC show about Slow Food, the principles that animate it, the Slow Food motto of “good, clean, fair”, Slow Food […] Read More >>>

In the News… Wednesday, August 29, 2007

† “Organic Almond Supporters Roast Pasteurization Plan”: George Raine writes in the San Francisco Chronicle about the imminent rule requiring pasteurization of almonds. The Department of Agriculture is moving to implement the rule; organic and […] Read More >>>

Carlo Petrini/Whole Foods Podcast

Along with in-person events, speeches, and booksignings in support of the publication of Slow Food Nation, Carlo Petrini participated in Whole Foods’ series of podcasts about issues related to food, consumer choice, and sustainability. Listen […] Read More >>>

Foti Farm and “Good Food”

How do we feed ourselves? Do our agricultural practices make us vulnerable to outbreaks such as the recent E. coli contamination of spinach grown in certain California counties? Last Saturday’s episode of “Good Food” on […] Read More >>>