The famous Slow Food festival, Terra Madre, was hosted for the first time in Denmark in 2018. Watch the video, where Christian F. Puglisi and Dan Saladino talk about biodiversity.

Posted on 23 February, 2018

In April 2018, the political food festival, Terra Madre was hosted for the first time in Denmark. Slow Food Copenhagen hosted the two day event in ‘Den Brune Kødby’ from the 28-29th of April.

You could meet around 80 small producers from Denmark, Norway, Iceland, Sweden, Finland, Åland, The Faroe Islands and Greenland.

The program was stuffed with workshops, speeches, tasting and talks – one of them with Christian F. Puglisi and Dan Saladino of the BBC Food Programme about biodiversity. Watch it right here below or read a short recap.

What is Terra Madre?

Watch this small introduction by Slow Food founder Carlo Petrini: