Advocates of “good, clean, and fair” food on Emory’s Campus

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Slow Food Emory is a local campus chapter of the international Slow Food Movement. Our main goal is to advocate “good, clean, and fair” food in a way that is adaptable and accessible to all Emory students.

Slow Food Emory strives to reconnect students to the soil, water, organisms, cultures, and traditions salient to the production of food and establish sustainable communal interactions. Slow Food Emory seeks to invigorate genuine interest in food policy and production, encourage student involvement with the local sustainable food community, and encourage an appreciation for the importance of food in our daily lives.