What do we do?
Slow Food is a global organization, made up of more than 150,000 members and 2,000 food communities in 150 countries.
Slow Food in Mexico is made up of 34 local groups that coordinate activities in their region, as well as projects and events.
Working together with members and supporters across the country and around the world, we:
For preserving and sharing local food and food cultures. We defend and promote public policies that offer a holistic alternative to the industrial system. Through tastings, workshops, and social opportunities, we explore and celebrate the Slow life.
We develop leaders in communities who model joy and justice. We advocate for local food heritage, of great cultural importance with a variety of customs and recipes – and we support bringing these experiences to farms, markets, restaurants and homes. We teach the next generation to grow, prepare and share food responsibly.
Coexistence is fundamental to our mission. We are a global community, connecting people to the earth and to each other through local projects, educational events, and potluck. We become catalysts for change by sharing the joy of Slow Food and prioritizing healthy living over comfort.