The Global Food Economy

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Looks at how a system characterized by immense contradictions—food mountains, bountiful supermarkets and rising levels of obesity stand in stark contrast to widespread hunger and malnutrition. The author also considers how we can find a way of building socially just, ecologically rational and humane food economies.

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Author

Tony Weis

Year of Publication

2007

Pages

217

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