Slow Going: Rolling Back the Tide of Processed Food

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The slow food movement started in Italy in response to industrial farming almost two decades ago. Thousands of organic farmers from around the world have signed-up to promote health, local cuisine and flavor. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports.



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