Slow Fish

Slow Fish

Fish: It’s a slippery issue. Hidden underwater, our marine resources are not easy to study or understand. What state are our seas in? What fish species are on the verge of extinction? Can we influence the market? Should we stop eating fish? Is there a future for small-scale fishers?

Slow Food has been working in the field of sustainable fish for many years, raising awareness among seafood-lovers through the biennial Slow Fish fair in Genoa and developing projects to support responsible artisanal fishing communities. Members of our network organize local initiatives all around the world.

Slow Fish campaign offers pathways through this complex topic for anyone who wants to learn how to use common sense, curiosity and appetite to make choices that are conscious, delicious and responsible.

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Fish has been central to the economy and culture of British Columbia for over a century, and for First Nations, for millennia. British Columbia's...
For ten days in July in Bogotá, different exponents of the Colombian agricultural and livestock sector met in one of the country's largest fairs,...

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