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Slow Food First Coast Slow Food First Coast Slow Food First Coast
About Slow Food First Coast

Slow Food was founded to counteract the effects of fast food and fast life. As a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit organization, we work to save disappearing food traditions and traditional food products, to help people rediscover the joys of eating, and to understand the importance of caring where food comes from, who makes it and how it’s made. We believe that: the food we eat should taste good; it should be produced in a clean way that does not harm the environment, animal welfare or our health; food producers should receive fair compensation for their work; and that everyone should have access to good, clean, and fair food. We value food produced locally, and recognize its use.

We welcome you to become a member or donate to our cause. With any questions, please contact us today!

Announcements
Tour De Farm Tour: Wesley Wells Farm
Posted on August 25th, 2015

The following guest post was written by one of our own volunteers, Brentley Stead. Read on for Brentley’s bio. Farming may be the family business, but for Wesley Wells and his wife Amanda, Wesley Wells Farm is all about their young, growing family. The nutrition and upbringing of their six children have prompted them to …Read More

SFFC Snail of Approval: Rype & Readi
Posted on August 23rd, 2015

Located just off of route 207 on county road 305 in Elkton you will find a market place for local, fresh from the field produce that is arriving directly and daily from nearby farms. In addition to a variety of meats, seafood, freshly baked breads, bulk items, dairy, and honey available for your purchase, you will find that …Read More

SFFC Snail of Approval: My Grandmother’s Pie (MGP)
Posted on August 23rd, 2015

Freshly made, hand crafted, locally sources, and seasonal are just some of the adjectives tasters use to describe Allison D’Aruizio’s special homemade delights. What began as a family request and special order pie delivery operation has grown into a community of loyal followers and new converts placing orders and lining up at the farmers market stand to buy these …Read More