An accessible read that looks at the workings of the global food system. Roberts’ work with the Toronto Food Policy Council and service on the boards of the Community Food Security Coalition and Food Secure Canada show he is a champion of community based food systems.
Roberts explains the importance of food sovereignty.
“When food is of, by and for the people, then food security lies in food sovereignty. When we understand the food traditions of indigenous peoples and peasants in the Global South, the ethic of community-based food systems and food sovereignty starts to become clear.”
Using examples from around the world this lively book is a great introduction into how our food gets from farm to fork and what we can do to improve that system.

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