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Food Policy Old and New

  • ID: 2246861
  • Book
  • 208 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This book demonstrates the need for a new food policy to deal with the challenges to the global food system posed by globalisation, urbanisation, technical change and industrialisation. Comprising a series of papers written by experts from Denmark, Italy, the UK and the US, it points out that the food system is no longer about moving basic staples from farm to plate; nor is it concerned mainly with famine and food insecurity. Food policy, the contributors suggest, now needs to encompass issues such as obesity, food safety, and competition policy in the retail sector. The book concludes by warning that addressing these pressing concerns needs to be on the agenda of policy makers throughout the world.
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1. Food Policy Old and New: Simon Maxwell and Rachel Slater.

2. Food Industrialisation and Food Power: Implications for Food Governance: Tim Lang.

3. Food and Poverty: Insights from the North : Elizabeth Dowler.

4. The Nutrition Transition in the Developing World: Barry M. Popkin.

5. Redirecting the Diet Transition: What Can Food Policy Do?: Lawrence Haddad.

6. Value–chain Governance, Public Regulation and Entry Barriers in the Global Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Chain into the EU: Peter Gibbon.

7. Changing Food Systems in India: Resource–sharing and Marketing Arrangements for Vegetable Production in Andhra Pradesh: Priya Deshingkar, Usha Kulkarni, Laxman Rao and Sreenivas Rao.

8. Small Producer Participation in Global Food Systems: Policy Opportunities and Constraints: Sheila Page and Rachel Slater.

9. Food and Agricultural Biotechnology Policy: How Much Autonomy Can Developing Countries Exercise?: Erik Millstone and Patrick van Zwanenberg.

10. Food Trade and Food Policy in Sub–Saharan Africa: Old Myths and New Challenges: Christopher Stevens.

11. The World Food Economy in the Twenty–first Century: Challenges for International Co–operation: Hartwig de Haen, Kostas Stamoulis, Prakash Shetty and Prabhu Pingali.

12. Responding to Change: WFP and the Global Food Aid System: Edward J. Clay.

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Simon Maxwell
Rachel Slater
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