Carlo Petrini

1949 - Today

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Carlo Petrini (born 22 June 1949), born in the in the commune of Bra, province of Cuneo, Italy, is the founder of the International Slow Food Movement. He first came to prominence in the 1980s for taking part in a campaign against the fast food chain McDonald's opening near the Spanish Steps in Rome. In 1983, he helped to create and develop the Italian non-profit food and wine association known as Arcigola.Petrini was formerly a political activist in the communist Proletarian Unity Party (Partito di Unità Proletaria; PdUP). Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Carlo Petrini has received more than 114,997 page views. His biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 16 in 2019). Carlo Petrini is the 12,348th most popular politician (down from 11,820th in 2019).

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  • 17

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  • 3.75

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  • 2.33

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Among politicians, Carlo Petrini ranks 12,348 out of 15,710Before him are Lars-Emil Johansen, Paul Xuereb, Dariga Nazarbayeva, Chris Hani, Willis H. O'Brien, and Nicolás Lindley López. After him are Jenő Fuchs, Emiliano Figueroa, John M. Clayton, Alexandros Diomidis, Sigeberht the Good, and Knud Kristensen.

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Among people born in 1949, Carlo Petrini ranks 351Before him are Ann Druyan, Venkaiah Naidu, Bob Backlund, Gil Scott-Heron, Corneliu Vadim Tudor, and Gérard Larcher. After him are Mary Roos, Kalevi Aho, Carlos Babington, Bonnie Raitt, Boualem Sansal, and Agostina Belli.

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