Slow Food works around the world to protect food biodiversity, build links between producers and consumers, and raise awareness of some of the most pressing topics affecting our food system. Through the most important Slow Food projects, the Covcheg project enhances a sustainable local food chain, capable of increasing revenue for small household producers, promotes rural tourism, as an additional source of revenue for more resilient rural communities, and improves links between viable rural communities and resilient local food systems.
The Project implemented by the Slow Food in partnership with APPU and NARMA
The Project is funded by the European Union
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