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Slow Food Presidia

The Slow Food Presidia project was born in 1999 for the recovery and safeguarding of small productions of gastronomic excellence threatened by industrial agriculture, environmental degradation, homologation. They are communities that work every day to save native breeds, varieties of vegetables and fruit, breads, cheeses, cured meats, traditional sweets, and more from extinction. Committing to pass on production techniques and crafts. They take care of the environment. They enhance landscapes, territories, cultures. About 600 Presidia involve farmers, artisans, shepherds, fishermen and winemakers from 70 countries