Slow Food South Bay actively promotes our local food communities so that everyone can enjoy food that is good, clean and fair.  Slow Food represents a growing movement of 100,000 members globally, 25,000 nationally, and almost 200 in our Northern California chapter.

The South Bay Chapter, originally called the Silicon Valley Convivium, was formed in October 1997, one of the first five created in the US, one of 225. As a chapter, we …

… educate about the food we eat — where it comes from, how we prepare it and how we share it — through films, classes and lectures

.… advocate for food and farm policies such as transparent food labeling, nutritious school lunches and equitable farm bills.

… celebrate the region’s diverse bounty by visiting organic farms, restaurants, wineries and breweries where we get to know the passionate artisan producers.


Support your local chapter of Slow Food.

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