Carlin’s food revolution never stopped:
“One that fights to protect local, traditional ingredients and farming methods in the face of a standardised, industrialised food system.
From a protest against a McDonald’s in the heart of Rome to a network of more than 100,000 members in 160 countries, his Slow Food movement strives for a world where producers are fairly treated and the planet is better protected.
Carlo tells the story of his life and activism and why he believes that a post-pandemic world offers a profound opportunity for economic, environmental and social change – should we choose to take it”
so the summary of our President’s episode for the BBC Food Chain Podcast: listen to it now>