The Slow Food global network believes in the importance of passing on knowledge about local food cultures. By understanding where our food comes from, how it was produced and by whom, adults and children can learn how to combine pleasure and responsibility in daily choices and appreciate the cultural and social importance of food.
Slow Food South Australia aims to convey the Slow Food philosophy of good, clean and fair food to our local community through educational and inspiring events for Slow Food members and the general public. Our events and activities take many different forms, including farm visits, informative dinners, interactive cooking demonstrations, hands-on workshops, knowledge exchange between generations, meals with producers and much more.
Read more about food education projects conducted by other Slow Food convivia in Australia.