The first Slow Food Convivium in Romania

The visit of Slow Food (Italy) in 2005, instigated by HRH The Prince of Wales, to the Tarnava Mare area prompted the formation of Saxon Village Preserves, a Slow Food project which receives marketing assistance to attend the biennial international Slow Food festival in Turin, funded by the Slow Food Foundation for Biodiversity.

This is helping to develop the link between good quality, clean and free of chemical residues and a fair price, in the minds of both producers and consumers.

ADEPT helped form Slow Food Tarnava Mare (formerly SF Sighisoara), the first Slow Food Convivium in Romania, bringing together consumers (hotels and restaurants) with local farmers and producers.

Our Strategic Partners

Biodiversity conservation and community development in Transylvania