By Damian Maye, Lewis Holloway, Moya Kneafsey
Because the past due Nineteen Nineties, agro-food researchers have pointed out makes an attempt to re-configure meals provision round extra ethically sound, economically and ecologically sustainable relationships among nutrients manufacturers, processors and shoppers. mostly within the context of built industry economies, notions of relocalization and the standard flip have figured prominently in discussions approximately those replacement foodstuff geographies. rising empirical examine, although, is now difficult a number of the assumptions embedded inside of such discussions.This publication seriously displays at the nice range of debates and practices surrounding efforts to reform modern nutrition provision elsewhere and areas. The publication is equipped into 3 components. Following a contextual creation written via the editors, half One specializes in theoretical and conceptual issues/debates, specially relating to energy, representations and discourses of the choice. In different phrases, how, the place and why is the time period replacement deployed? half considers the connection among public coverage and replacement nutrition tasks, with case stories that learn a few of the methods associations join, characterize, help and, in a few circumstances, bog down the improvement of definite sorts of replacement meals provision. half 3 addresses views and practices from various actors and areas within the nutrition chain, together with manufacturers, shops, shoppers and native communities.Going past the standard specialise in the worldwide north, the publication considers the relevance of debates approximately replacement foodstuff networks to the worldwide south. It comprises empirically-rich case reviews from Europe, North and South the United States, Australia and Africa, which jointly emphasize the range of representations and practices thinking about developing replacement nutrition geographies. It addresses options and debates, public coverage, and replacement creation.
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Rosin’s account is grounded in Convention Theory and sees AFNs as ‘routine features’ of the global food system. Like other chapters in Part One, Rosin thus attempts to breakdown the alternative/conventional dichotomy. His central focus is the ‘justifications’ that frame the yerba mate network, and the case study shows how this particular alternative was established in response to a perceived threat from heightened competition from cheap imports from Argentina. The yerba mate network was initiated by tea processors who were the most powerful actors involved and also the most threatened.
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Alternative Food Geographies: Representation and Practice by Damian Maye, Lewis Holloway, Moya Kneafsey