What the food? Slow Food Youth Network Event

slow food youth network what the food

slow food youth network what the food

Slow Food Youth Network Scotland will be launching their #WhatTheFood? campaign on Thursday 21st January with a film screening of Food Inc accompanied by a food platter from Cafe Milk at The Fruitmarket Gallery in Edinburgh.

Tickets are £10 per person (plus booking fee) and are now available from Brown Paper Tickets here.

The night will involve one of Keep Scotland Beautiful’s ‘Food on Film’ public screenings of ‘Food Inc’ on the big screen at Cafe Milk. The cafe will open for us at 6.30pm, with the film starting at 7pm.

The #WhatTheFood? campaign, which will provide insight into how food is grown, processed, distributed, sold and eaten in Scotland.

slow food youth network what the food

What is the Slow Food Youth Network?

The Slow Food Youth Network (SFYN) is an international network of young people who bring about changes in the field of food production and consumption. It was founded by a number of enthusiastic and motivated young people with a passion for good, clean and fair food, and with an interest in sustainability issues.

We are the world’s future leaders, entrepreneurs, farmers and consumers. The Slow Food Youth Network (SFYN) was founded to make youth familiar with Slow Food’s philosophy that says that all food should be Good, Clean and Fair. This means that food should be prepared with care and respect, grown as sustainable as possible and that the farmers and producers should get a fair wage.

SFYN raises awareness among young citizens and consumers to encourage and mobilize them in making responsible choices. It wants them to take part in the public debate about current issues, such as how to feed the world, what to do about food waste, and how to produce food as sustainable as possible.

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