Italian Food

In Alison Leitch’s article, she stats how there has been a influx of “fast food” in countries like Italy, which was not the norm a decade before when she was there.  With “fast food” becoming more popular in Europe a group of people started a movement called “Slow Food”.  The Slow Food movement, waned to protect the “protection of threatened foods and the diversity of cultural landscapes.”  They believe that “Slow Foods” are essential for not only tourism to give a true cultural experience, but it’s important to a healthier Europe.  The question I propose is, has “fast food” become the traditional meal of America.

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