Slow Food Festival In Turin
We've talked about the Slow Food Movement before and now the Independent picks up the story with a review of the recent Slow Food Festival in Turin.
The city of Turin itself has really embraced Slow Food and there’s a great community spirit during the festival. The government sponsors it and the organisers help to pay for people to come over. There were Africans wandering around in bare feet and the Peruvian man, for example, had travelled 18 hours by bus just to get to the airport. He didn’t speak a word of English and was being put up by a little guy in the city, a bit like those exchange holidays we did as children.
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