Food Justice = from seed to table there are countless opportunities to cheat workers, consumers and the environment. Food justice is about making sure the way our food is grown and distributed is fair for everyone involved.
This is the first book I’ve heard of that is written just about this issue. (And I have searched!)
Check it out: Food Justice, by Robert Gottlieb and Anupama Joshi
Published in October 2010, Food Justice takes the reader through a narrative analysis that relates the struggles and triumphs of food system change in the United States and abroad. Food Justice is about how, what, and where food is grown and processed, and who gets it. It’s about the pieces of our history that have come to shape the lives of the world’s hungry, its minority and migrant populations, and our food cultures, and what individuals and organizations are doing to change it.