‘Slow Food’ shares the importance of organic eating

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Community members in Mpophomeni during a Slow Food training where they learnt about organic gardens and how to sustain them.
Community members in Mpophomeni during a Slow Food training where they learnt about organic gardens and how to sustain them.

The director of organic food company Emphare Organics, based in Mpophomeni, wants to teach people about the importance of organic food.

Spha Mabaso recently introduced Slow Flood, an organisation that aims to prevent the disappearance of local food traditions, to his community. He has been part of the organisation since 2016 and travelled to Kenya to attend an indigenous conference for Slow Food.

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