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No-Nonsense Guide to Fair Trade, 3rd Edition (by Sally Blundell)
A world tour of food—from industrialized production and consumption to community food security. Community Food Centres Canada 'Solid research underpins Roberts' lucid, readable account of the modern food system and multifaceted efforts to transform it… a superb introduction.
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Wayne Roberts traces the history of food production and consumption, and shows that in a system dominated by supermarkets and agri-business real food choices are becoming harder to make. This book asks all the right questions, and provides some of the answers, in a real, democratic debate about food. It shows how people and communities can take control from governments and corporations to organize themselves creatively to achieve food sovereignty - a balanced, just and sustainable food system eBook: pages Publisher: New Internationalist September Language: English.
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An in-depth look at two decades of a movement that aims to challenge the ethical foundations of the global market. Transnational corporations look for the cheapest suppliers, while the fair trade movement insists on a premium for the producersat the start of the chain. Sally Blundell explores the origins of fair trade and what it is likely to become in the face of growing disparities between the principles and the practice.
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Sally Blundell is a freelance journalist and writer in Christchurch, New Zealand.