The Coffee Festival 2019 will attract discussions by distinct stakeholders on the sustainability of the traditional coffee sector and the potential of Uganda’s traditional coffee varieties for sustainable livelihood and wealth creation for coffee farming communities. Do not miss this edition which will also attract lots of other activities. #Friday_30th_August_2019 #Mukono_District_Headquarters ... See MoreSee Less
Only by radically renewing the organization of Slow Food, only by making it more open and inclusive, and only by trying out new forms of aggregation, involvement and participation can we address the challenges that await us in the future in the best way possible and thwart those—the very few—who...
Gastronomy is a cultural expression of the world’s natural and cultural diversity. On June 18, we celebrate Sustainable Gastronomy Day and acknowledge that everyone plays a role in making sustainable choices for healthy diets and a food-secure future. @ Chompoo Suriyo/ shutterstock.com
Engaging children in discussions on food and nutrition is one of the ways we are doing to build future food leaders. These were among the amazing school going children who attended the Vegetable Festival 2019 debating on a motion that states "Vegetable consumption is better than Meat consumption". The points were indeed amazing! ... See MoreSee Less