Supporting good, clean & fair food

we strive to provide information to
further awareness around
the issues of

- healthy ecosystems
- sustainable agriculture
- food safety/ justice


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The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is seeking public comment on a rule that would continue its policy of allowing the indiscriminate and illegal addition of synthetic nutrients to organic foods.

Nutrients occur naturally in foods, and many are essential for good health.  But organic consumers expect that any added nutrients in processed foods be derived from natural or organic sources rather than synthetic versions that are mass-produced in laboratories and factories by chemical corporations, often using hazardous petrochemical solvents.

If you agree that organic foods should be free from unnecessary synthetic ingredients, as the federal organic regulations require, please make your voice heard.

Make your voice heard.  Full instructions for commenting to the USDA:


Awareness Links:

for information on Organic Standards and issues: Cornucopia Institute

for the GMO Awareness Facebook page

for the Growing Organic Eating Organic Facebook page



What does Good, Clean, and Fair Food mean?


These words can mean a lot of things to a lot of people. For Slow Food MV, the idea means enjoying delicious, nutritious food created with care from healthy plants and animals, by people who are treated with dignity and justly compensated for their labor.


By joining Slow Food through our chapter, your donation of $25 or more will be split evenly to fund our work on a local level, as well as national and global projects and programs making food good, clean, and fair for all.