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Online tickets for the (s)low down Gala and Experience Auction now sold out, but you may pay by cash or check at the door...

Artisanal cocktails, seasonal treats and even a whole pig, slow roasted by our friends at Fatty 'Cue. Simply the best party of the season; please come out to support our work with NYC kids!

Slow Food NYC Triathlon - Three Ways to Improve Our Local Food System

What could be better than a triathlon of running, yoga, and eating to raise money for improvements in our local food system? Slow Food NYC's latest event will generate the funding for the 2nd Annual Producer Summit.

Slow Food NYC + Dig Inn Limited Edition Tote

Dig Inn Seasonal Market created this limited edition, farm-to-counter tote to celebrate our mutual commitment to real, good food. The tote is $15, and $10 from each tote will support the 2nd Annual Producer Summit.

Producer Profiles: Luca & Bosco Ice Cream

As New Yorkers savor their fading memories of summer, it's great to remember that quality ice cream can be a year-round treat.

The New York City Council will Support GMO Labeling in New York State, with YOUR Help!

Americans have a right to know what is in their food. Now, more than ever, it is critical for New Yorkers to stand up and support a GMO labeling resolution.

the (s)low down 2014 — Event Round-up

This year's event provided another fun filled celebration of local food traditions and also honored Chef Peter Hoffman for all his contributions to a good, clean, and fair food system.

First Annual Sustainable Seafood Shindig

The first annual Sustainable Seafood Shindig was a fantastic start to this year's Sustainable Seafood Week NYC.

SFNYC Volunteer Opportunities

You have asked for volunteer opportunities—helping out at events and sharing your love for Good, Clean and Fair food in New York City. Here are two fantastic opportunities.

edible Manhattan: Raising (Food On) the Roof at the Earth School

Read about Slow Food NYC's school garden Urban Harvest program at Earth School.

Italian Culture Across Borders

A food anthropologist discusses the spread of Italian cooking traditions over some delicious Italian-American food.

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