The Slow Food philosophy has grown in popularity in recent times thanks to the commitment that much of society is taking with healthy food, natural, organic and care for the environment. Today at Monouso we tell you what is a philosophy that more and more people around the world are following. Will you stay to discover it?Surely you know the fast food or fast food, right? We live in an ultra frenetic world in which many people are obsessed with doing things as fast as possible, without stopping to enjoy the moment or the food they eat.
The Slow Food is precisely the opposite trend that seeks to eat with care, paying special attention to the quality of food and raw materials, their origin, and the way they are cooked. But not only that, it is a philosophy that seeks to enjoy food and always respecting the environment.In a constant search for organic and healthy food, Slow Food also seeks to make the experience complete, which is why they make use of ecological and biodegradable disposable tableware.But… where does this philosophy come from? Well, the first idea of the Slow Food movement dates back to 1986 from the hand of the Italian Carlo Petrini. In that year, a McDonald’s branch opened in Rome’s Piazza Spagna. This generated an instant protest that led to a demonstration organized by a group of journalists.But it was not a typical demonstration, with shouts and banners, but a great banquet with fresh, homemade and healthy food was organized to extol all its benefits. In other words, to exalt the pleasure of eating slowly, enjoying freshly made natural products.As early as 2004, the Food andAgriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) officially recognized Slow Food as a non-profit organization.
Frequently Asked Questions
what is the Slow Food philosophy?
In a constant search for organic and healthy food, Slow Food also seeks to make the experience complete, which is why they make use of ecological and biodegradable disposable tableware.
when and where did the Slow Food philosophy come from?
The first idea of the Slow Food movement dates back to 1986 by the Italian Carlo Petrini.
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