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The Atlas of Food: Who eats what, where and why.
40 million people die of hunger each year, while 356kg of grain per person is being produced. Methods of agriculture are dramatically changing the environment beyond all recognition, with increased mechanisation and use of pesticides. For every one dollar the World Health Organisation spends on trying to improve the nutrition of the world’s population, $500 is spent by the food industry on promoting processed foods.
Erik Millstone & Tim Lang (2003), The Atlas of Food: Who eats what, where and why. Myriad Editions, for Earthscan. ISBN: 1-85383-965-5. Price £12.99
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