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Silvia Ceriani

The editor of the Slow Food magazine until 2012, Silvia Ceriani also managed the "TerraMadre" and "Narrazioni" collections for the Slow Food publishing house. She now works in the Slow Food Communications Office where she oversees the annual online Slow Food Almanac which is published in six languages and covers the entire Slow Food network worldwide, as well as being responsible for the various websites, and promotional campaigns.
 
Silvia Ceriani

Colombia. The Crab That Lives on the Mountain

Sustainability / Silvia Ceriani Slow Food Andrea Amato
SLFO Colombia immagine

Every year, hordes of black crabs undertake the long journey from the sea to the interior of Providencia, a small Caribbean island 750 kilometers north of the Colombian mainland and just over 200 kilometers from Nicaragua.

Cuba. Urbanismo y Comida

Sustainability / Silvia Ceriani Slow Food
SLFO Cuba organotopico

A flourishing urban garden grows jobs and food in Havana’s outskirts.

Argentina. Liberating Fruits

Sustainability / Valentina Bianco Silvia Ceriani Slow Food
SLFO argentina immagine

Since the pre-colombia era, the people living in the argentinean Gran Chaco, particularly women, have been gatherin wild fruits. An integral part of the local food culture the fruits are used to make flours, breads and beverages.

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