SALLY Lewis is to be congratulated for establishing and organising the Subiaco Farmers Market at Subiaco Primary School. A long table lunch celebrating the market’s first birthday was held on 6 November. The market area was transformed to seat 165 people. The guests were not only entertained with live music […]
RAJ Patel writes in Foreign Policy about five important points to do with supermarkets. In his fifth point, Variety is an illusion, he talks about the super farmers’ markets developing around the world.
I can be bought at the farmers’ market in Margaret River for $3.00 a kilo. I am grown to luscious maturity by Dawn and Robert of certified biodynamic Margaret River Citrus. I first ripen in August and can still be picked from the tree until the end of December. I […]
At Slow Food Perth’s recent forum on food security various authors were mentioned by the panellists. Australian author Julian Cribb, who has just released his book on “The coming famine” article can be read here and Jeremy Harding’s article in The London Review of Books refers to some of the […]
WHEN the New York Times reported on the underground food markets the Greenpoint Food Market in New York was forced to close. Small artisanal producers have fallen under scrutiny for preparing their food in uncertified home kitchens. The debate around how to balance food safety with laws that allow small […]
FOLLOWING the sucess of the performance of The Rime of the Ancient Mariner and the Slow Food mini market in July at the Southbank Centre, Slow Food London and Southbank Centre announces the continuation of the Slow Food Markets. The markets will be held monthly. Southbank Centre holds wide ranging […]