Vol. 6 No. 2 (2019): A medley of food research

Three pictures, one of farmer, vegetables, and sunflowers behind a sign stating 'Localmotive Farm', one of a food court in Singapore, and one of fermented pickles

This issue showcases insights into culinary tourism and culinary school, consumption behaviour patterns, and agricultural/farm issues (farm safety and supply management). Two articles feature valuable perspective son food and food sovereignty from Métis grandmothers and Cree Elders. The emphasis on qualitative and investigative research illustrates a respect for studies that delve into deeper layers of understanding about food-related topics. The reviews recommend books that have documented examples of political-economic dominance in the food system and how this hegemony continues to influence the foods made available to us and even to the way many of us feel about food.

Published: 2019-05-31