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01 Sep
The term ‘slow food’ evokes a quizzical smile: its reference point is the opposite -- fast food, which implies eating on the trot in an increasingly busy world or, at the very least, consuming junk. But the very fact that the term isn’t familiar may lead one to imagine that it is an esoteric movement, almost a kind of secret society of do-gooders and well-meaning cranks.