Florida farmers, chefs promote Slow Food movement

A group of local farmers and chefs came together Sunday in Pensacola, Fla., for the fundraising event A Community Cooks, a program developed by Slow Food USA that teaches attendees how to cook nutritious food at home with an emphasis on sustainability. "Slow Food is a movement that started in 1985," said Slow Foods Gulf Coast chairman Don Moore. "It’s about keeping corporate food giants at bay, holding on to cultures and traditions, and sustaining the local community and economy."

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