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AgLocal Joins the Conscientious Consumer Movement

06/12/14 | by Laura O'Donohue | City, Farms

Newly launched AgLocal sources and delivers humane and naturally raised meat from family farms throughout the West Coast to your door.  The company is joining the movement toward more conscious consumerism by sourcing high quality, responsibly raised meat from family farms throughout the West Coast and delivering it directly to consumers’ doorsteps. Seeking to create [...]

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Recology – Waste Zero

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02/26/13 | by John Casazza | City

Every third Saturday of the month Recology offers the community a tour of its facilities in the south of San Francisco and a view of its Artist in Residence Program. So Slow Food San Francisco, with an interest in food, ecology, and culture, reserved a space for its members at the latest tour to learn more about San Francisco’s premier waste collection and recycling service.

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Celebrating Black History Month in SF

02/26/10 | by slowfoodsf | City

The night ended with a song. And how fitting that it was not a farewell song but a welcome. Poet Ramona “Mona” Webb sang a bittersweet tribute to New Orleans. “Welcome to the Big Easy, baby.” She was closing out a night of spoken word put on by sfnoir as part of their ninth annual [...]

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A Taste of School Lunch

02/13/10 | by slowfoodsf | City, Time for Lunch

The Institute of Medicine and Michelle Obama are taking on school lunches. As you’ll remember from our late summer campaign to renew and revamp the Child Nutrition Act, these school lunches reach more than 31 million kids and the other programs within the Child Nutrition Act provide breakfast, after school snacks, nutritional assistance, and more [...]

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