Labor & Work-Life Issues

In Beirut, a Professor of Agriculture Advocates 'Slow Food'

Courtesy Rami Zurayk

Rami Zurayk, a scholar of "good, clean, and fair" food, at a farmers' market.
August 08, 2010

The slow-food movement started in 1986 as a protest against fast food, when a McDonald's was planned in Rome. In 1989 an international slow-food organization was founded, in Paris. Today the movement has more than 100,000 members all over the world…

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