Slow Food believes that gastronomy is inseparable among other things from politics, agriculture, and the environment and, obviously, agriculture and ecology globally.
Slow Food defends the biodiversity of our food, is committed to the education of taste, and puts quality food producers in contact with co-producers through organized activities.
To do this, the movement has taken a very original approach:
Globally, Slow Food leads projects that seek to benefit local communities, their people, and their environment. In Australia, each of the groups regularly organizes projects and activities focused on these goals.