Good, Clean and Fair Food

About Slow Food Birmingham

The Slow Food Birmingham’s aim is to actively connect people to the food they eat and the land it is grown on. Through local food projects, educational events, and shared meals.

We champion local food, and with your help we want eaters to meet growers, and shorten the food chain. We want to support local food businesses that share our ethos of Good, Clean and Fair.

As a group we are climate aware; we promote and campaign for no single-use packaging, we work closely with groups who redistribute surplus food, we encourage chefs to use a veg lead menu including high welfare grass-fed meat.


While our members are working to connect our friends in the hospitality trade to the Birmingham Emergency Food Response, we are also still operating our local food hub in the JQ and the new Digbeth Dining Club Click & Collect

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As part of the Covid-19 food crisis our city is facing we have launched “Project Potato”

You can help feed our city by purchasing 10kg of locally grown potatoes for £10 and donating 8 of those kilos to the food bags and ready-made meals across the city.

Want to be part of improving our broken food system?

Members of Slow Food Birmingham are part of the world’s largest food movement; changing how people access food, supporting small producers, celebrating food culture, and lobbying to see changes locally, nationally and globally.
Your support allows our volunteers to continue the important work they do.

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