Slow Going: Rolling Back the Tide of Processed Food 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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Slow Going: Rolling Back the Tide of Processed Food

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Slow Going: Rolling Back the Tide of Processed Food

Slow Going: Rolling Back the Tide of Processed Food

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.