|Bibliography, etc. Note:
|| Includes bibliographical references (pages 253-294).
|Formatted Contents Note:
|| Making food chains : the book / Roger Horowitz -- How much depends on dinner? / Warren Belasco -- Analyzing commodity chains : linkages or restraints? / Shane Hamilton -- Lard to lean : making the meat-type hog in post-World War II America / J.L. Anderson -- The chicken, the factory farm, and the supermarket : the emergence of the modern poultry industry in Britain / Andrew C. Godley, Bridget Williams -- Trading quality, producing value : crabmeat, HACCP, and global seafood trade / Kelly Feltault -- Anchovy sauce and pickled tripe : exporting civilized food in the colonial Atlantic world / Richard R. Wilk -- What's left at the bottom of the glass : the quest for purity and the development of the American natural ice industry / Jonathan Rees -- Provisioning man's best friend : the early years of the American pet food industry, 1870-1942 / Katherine C. Grier -- Empire of ice cream : how life became sweeter in the postwar Soviet Union / Jenny Leigh Smith -- Eating Mexican in a global age : the politics and production of ethnic food / Jeffrey M. Pilcher -- The aristocracy of the market basket : self-service food shopping in the new South / Lisa C. Tolbert -- Making markets Marxist? : the East European grocery store from rationing to rationality to rationalizations / Patrick Hyder Patterson -- Tools and spaces : food and cooking in working-class neighborhoods, 1880-1930 / Katherine Leonard Turner -- Wheeling one's groceries around the store : the invention of the shopping cart, 1936-1953 / Catherine Grandclement.
|| "In recent years, the integrity of food production and distribution has become an issue of wide social concern. The media report frequently on cases of food contamination as well as on the risks of hormones and cloning. Journalists, documentary filmmakers, and activists have had their say, but until now a survey of the latest research on the history of the modern food-provisioning system - the network that connects farms and fields to supermarkets and the dining table - has been unavailable. In Food Chains, Warren Belasco and Roger Horowitz present a collection of fascinating case studies that reveal the historical underpinnings and institutional arrangements that compose this system."--Jacket.
|| In English.
|Source of Description Note:
|| Print version record.