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Food Policy

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Key resources

Welcome to your subject guide which brings together the resources you will need while studying at City.

If you are researching a topic for your assignment, your project, your dissertation or your thesis, use the recommended resources listed on this page, or browse the list of specialist databases.

Popular titles

Food wars: the global battle for mouths, minds and markets by Tim Lang and Michael Heasman.
Sustainable diets: how ecological nutrition can transform consumption and the food system by Pamel Mason and Tim Lang.
Food poverty and insecurity: international food inequalities by Martin Caraherand John Coveney.
Food policy: integrating health, environment and society by Tim Lang, David Barling, and Martin Caraher.
The unmanageable consumer by Yiannis Gabriel and Tim Lang.
Food literacy by Helen Vidgen.
Routledge handbook of food and nutrition security by Bill Pritchard, Rodomiro Ortiz, and Meera Shekar.

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