The Slow Food Barbados Educational Gardens Programme aims to reconnect people with their food by teaching them how to grow and cook fresh local food.
Farm to Table
For an inventive and unique dining experience, our extremely successful Farm to Table and Pop-Up event series are not to be missed.
Slow Fish is the official Slow Food® campaign for sustainable fisheries, raising awareness among seafood-lovers through the biennial Slow Fish fair in Genoa, Italy.
Slow Food Barbados’ Chef Alliance works to promote locally-based chefs to actively champion small-scale producers, and promote quality locally produced food.
Slow 7 Local Food Challenge
The #SlowSeven local food challenge was started by Slow Food Barbados in 2016, to encourage people to eat local for one week. That means, only using ingredients that are grown, caught, raised and produced right here in Barbados.