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Slow Food Movement Arrives in NB

slow.jpgIt's the opposite of fast food, and Diane Savoie is so interested in well-made, local food that she's one of the founders of New Brunswick's first Slow Food convivium! It's similar to a chapter of the international slow food movement begun in Italy in 1986. Diane Savoie is our guest this week on Homegrown.

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