By Kevin Morgan, Terry Marsden, Jonathan Murdoch
3 major students within the box clarify why position and provenance are assuming extra significance within the nutrition chain to manufacturers, shoppers, and regulators. They research how those matters impact debates at the way forward for nutrition and farming, exploring the consequences for 3 very various areas: California, Tuscany, and Wales.
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