Type
Article
Titre
Scaling Up/Scaling Down
Dans
Limn
Numéro
4
Pages
11 - 13 p.
ISSN
15286193
Mots clés
food provisioning, anti-mass-consumption movement
Résumé
EN
Since the turn of the twentieth century, numerous new food provisioning systems have mushroomed in various Western countries, including fair trade, organic co-ops, small-scale farming, grass-fed meat, direct selling, cow share contracts, CSAs/AMAPs, and local food on restaurant menus (Dubuisson-Quellier 2013a). These initiatives receive extensive media coverage because most originate from a critical perspective fueled by anti–mass-consumption movements such as the antiglobalist, environmental, or social justice movements. They are generally presented in opposition to industrial food systems. But I would argue that the industrial and alternative systems in fact support each other (...).

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