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Monthly Archives: October 2010
I paid a fleeting visit to a session on GMOs, functional foods and nutraceuticals, both areas of concern for Slow Food, whose No-GMO campaign was visible during the week. A few snippets: Marcello Buiatti: more is spent on marketing than … Continue reading
Friday’s workshop on “Ensuring food diversity and safety in Europe” had some sponsorship from the EU’s Directorate-General for Health & Consumers. If I understood correctly, this was the first year that EU delegates came to join the discussions at Terra … Continue reading
If I had a few more lifetimes I would have gone to a few more workshops – can’t imagine how many there were at Terra Madre, with 8 meeting rooms, a Lingua Madre space and a Slow Food Projects Meeting … Continue reading
Hard to find coherent words to report on an overwhelming couple of days. Here are some sights: I found my long lost love, Testarolo; said to be the earliest pasta, it’s named for the large flat pan it’s cooked in. … Continue reading