At the second annual Slow Food Show on December 2nd at Jimmy’s No.43 attendees will have a chance to sample artisanal products, chat with the producers, buy their goods and sip small batch beers from Jimmy’s extensive beer list. The show will feature local food entrepreneurs who help build the regional food and farming economy by maintaining production facilities in New York City, or New York State, in the case of co-packing or on-farm production; using principal ingredients that are produced primarily in our region in a sustainable and humane way or, if from afar, that are traded in a fair or direct manner; eshewing artificial ingredients.
Proceeds from this event support the programs of Fare Trade NYC and not-for-profit Slow Food NYC, including Slow Food NYC’s Urban Harvest, an educational program in twelve New York City schools and at a summer urban farm. Tickets are $10 for members or $15 for non-members or at the door. Tickets and more details here.