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Modern food systems place farmers in hazardous conditions, low-income areas are deprived of reliable access to food, and the premise of convenience has replaced the old idea of wholesomeness. The globally pervasive American fast-food franchises are also attibuted with causing an international epidemic of obesity.
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In response to this, the food justice movement has sprung up, aiming to transform the food system from its very roots to our dinner tables. Food Justice tells the story of the rise of this new movment, and outlines how, within this new framework, the risks and benefits of how food is grown, transported, distributed and consumed are shared equitably, and has been described as the first comprehensive account of this emerging movement.
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