Active in more than 150 countries, their global mission is good, clean and fair food for all. For more information on the local Phoenix chapter, see http://facebook.com/slowfoodphoenix; for information on the Prescott chapter, see http://facebook.com/slowfoodprescott.
A major Slow Food project to preserve biodiversity is the Ark of Taste, a recognition of endangered foods in the United States and the world (see http://slowfoodusa.org/ark-of-taste for a list of foods from the Southwest region including Sonoran white wheat, chiltepin peppers and recent entries for cholla buds, Sonoran quince and masa patties for Sonoran enchiladas).
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