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Slow Fish Caribe
The crab-fishing community of Providencia manages the Designation of Origin (DO) for the Providencia Black Crab
22/05/2018 - 09:23
After more than 5 years’ work with the Raizal community and in partnership with national and international institutions, the Providencia Black Crab...
Even the stinky fish tastes good!
23/04/2018 - 16:43
Kyphosus incisor also known as chub fish is a slippery animal characterized by its strong odor which makes it fairly unpopular among consumers. On...
Let's cook and eat lionfish!
21/03/2018 - 21:57
The lionfish comes from the waters of the Indian and Pacific oceans. Until recently, it was practically an unknown species in the Western Atlantic....
New Slow Food Presidium in Mexico to protect the Caribbean Spiny Lobster
23/02/2018 - 12:02
On November 15, Slow Food officially launched the Banco Chinchorro and Sian Ka’an Spiny lobster Presidium, as part of the Slow Fish Caribbean project...
Slow Fish Caribbean at AGROEXPO 2017
10/08/2017 - 16:21
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,...
Sea heroes from all over the world will meet at Slow Fish 2017.
21/03/2017 - 15:27
For years they suffered the consequences of its voraciousness on the marine ecosystem, their economy and their diet, until one day they decided to...
Slow Fish Caribbean: Cooperation, Peace and Sustainability for the Future of Fishing
15/03/2017 - 15:33
Launch conference for the project held on Thursday March 9 in San Andrés, Colombia With a focus on the Mexican coast of Quintana Roo, home to the ...
Slow Fish Caribbean: A New Project to Protect the Region’s Biodiversity
17/02/2017 - 14:19
Beautiful and rich in biodiversity, coral reefs are also fragile ecosystems that are under increasing threat from human activities and climate change...