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Slow Food Movement
By David Hollis
Hubbardsville, NY – While the world watches the Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy, people may not be aware that the region is home to a growing movement aimed at protecting and preserving our food heritage.
20 years ago, Chef Carlo Petrini started what is know today as the "slow food movement" as a protest against a fast food restaurant opening.
Today, the movement has 83,000 members worldwide and a growng presence in Central New York. Freelancer David Hollis reports.