Slow Food Utah
A Slow Food USA Convivium
Welcome to the table! We inspire individuals and communities to change the world through food that is good, clean and fair for all.
As the Slow Food movement grows, we stay true to these core values for all:
Slow Food USA is part of the global Slow Food movement creating dramatic change in more than 160 countries. In the US, there are more than 150 local chapters and 6,000 members. Join us to connect the pleasures of the table with a commitment to the communities, cultures, knowledge, and environment that make this pleasure possible.
Our local chapter in Utah was founded in 2001. We are a passionate group of volunteers, working hard with local farmers, chefs, and foodies to build a community in Utah based on good, clean, fair food. We gather at tasting events, farm mobs, harvest dinners, workshops, and more – bringing local producers together with local eaters to celebrate tradition and diversity in our shared table. Join us!
News & Updates
Slow Food Utah is excited to announce that we are opening Micro-Grant applications for the 2016 year! The application period is January 4-31, 2016. Click here for more information on the program and to download the application. If you have any questions or need help, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.We are happy to help. Also, check out the list […]
Please join Slow Food Utah on Saturday, Dec.19 from 3-5 p.m.for a workshop discussing the SFU micro-grant program. SFU will accept applications for 2016 micro-grants beginning in early January. SFU micro-grants help individuals, non-profit organizations,and small businesses create and sustain local food-related projects. For additional information on the program, click here. This grant-writing workshop is a chance to […]
11th Annual Feast of Five Senses: Our Family Table is the theme of the Feast this year. The family table – a place where memories are made, bonds are strengthened, and communities are created over shared food. Recipes and traditions are passed down through the ages, each new generation making them their own. Share with us […]