Cape Town convivium leader, Stephen Flesch
Slow Food Cape Town is a local convivium (chapter) of the international Slow Food movement. A movement that celebrates, protects and promotes foods that are good, clean and fair.
Good food is delicious, natural and part of a cultural heritage. Clean food is grown sustainably, in an environmentally responsible manner. Fair food is produced by farmers and artisans who have food sovereignty: they are free to choose how, when, where and what food they produce, and are adequately remunerated and respected for their work. .
We achieve this by:
- Safeguarding local and indigenous dishes, made according to traditional methods,
- Giving preference to foods that are grown and produced sustainably, by small farmers and producers, using traditional skills and methods,
- Regarding meal times as an opportunity to celebrate our relationships and cultures,
- Believing the enjoyment of food is a right of all people.
We offer monthly activities to promote these values. These events include meals, tastings, lectures and producer visits. Guests are welcome to attend.
Slow Food Cape Town is run by a committee of elected volunteers, and we currently have over 150 paying members. To join Slow Food Cape Town, click here.
To send us an email, click .
Links to other Slow Food sites.
Aims | The Future