salone del gusto

Building small-food culture in a big-food nation

RURAL Press journalist Matthew Cawood argues in his ‘Out here’ column in this week’s Victorian Stock & Land that Slow Food’s Terra Madre world food commmunities’ meeting and Salone del Gusto artisan food fair in Italy last month demonstrate the economic and social value of ‘small food’. He questions if Australia can incorporate ‘alternative’ agriculture into national farm policy to encourage

Food is sacred

IN ‘Food is sacred’, a lecture presented on the closing day of Salone del Gusto/Terra Madre 2008, the presenters included Carlo Petrini, founder of Slow Food, Satish Kumar, former Jain monk and director of education at the Schumacher College in the United Kingdom and founder and editor of Resurgence environmental […]