The conclusion of Slow Food tonight on Ideas. While mass
demonstrations against globalization have grabbed the
headlines, a more positive challenge to global food and
agriculture has been growing. The Slow Food Movement began
in Italy in 1986, when McDonald's first opened in Rome.
Since then, it has spread around the world. Jill Eisen
explores this tantalizing mix of politics, environmentalism
and the pursuit of pleasure. That's tonight (Thursday) on Ideas at 9
(9:30 NT) on CBC Radio One.