slow dining

slow dining
Christine Huang
  • 5 august 2007

From the dining room to the streets, the Slow Movement is spreading. Slow Food, which has its roots in Italy, has given rise to here before, and now the idea has expanded to entire cities. There are 42 slow cities in Italy, while more in Great Britain, Spain, Austria, Poland, Norway and Portugal are beginning to adhere to the rules governing the “Slow City” – which include banning cars from city centers, only consuming local products, and using sustainable energy. Spiegel

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