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So Shall We Reap (How everyone who is liable to be born in the next ten…

by Colin Tudge

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"Colin Tudge looks at the past, present and future of food production, and concludes that today's globalized, corporatized approach has misappropriated science, regarded farming purely as a business like any other and lost touch with what it was intended for: feeding the people. We must get back to seeing ourselves as a species and the world as our habitat, reawaken traditional, regional cuisines and re-root processes in the biological and physical realities of the land. Only then can we take back control of our food from industrialists and financiers - and ultimately ensure the survival of humanity."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)

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