Filling a gap in contemporary food and globalization scholarship, this timely book presents recent case-study research on the globalization of food systems, and the impacts for communities around the world. It covers debates on new structures and food products, as well as detailed accounts of fresh horticulture, tropical crops and livestock.
Drawing together contributions of twenty-six leading international social scientists from eleven countries, this book will interest researchers in geography, development studies, agricultural economics and political science, as well as professionals in the fields of trade and food policy.
Genre: Technology, Social Science, Political Science, Cooking + Food + Wine
Subgenre: Agriculture / General, Globalization, Human Geography, Agriculture / Animal Husbandry, Agriculture / Crop Science, General