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This title looks at how raising livestock had been done in the past and the massive factory systems in place today. Is it sustainable, humane, and healthy? Are there ethical models that are also profitable?
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Focusing on how food gets from farms, factories, and laboratories to our grocery stores then to our tables, this series is an extremely informative look at food and eating lifestyles around the world. Each volume includes ""Health Watch"" in which students --Library Media Connection
What should I eat today?"" is a question health-conscious middle school students can better answer after digesting the cutting-edge, comprehensive content conveyed in these titles. In the first book, Bliss discusses sustainability issues inherent in seafo --School Library Journal
(4) YA Ethics of Food series. Published fall 2011. Beginning with a brief historical perspective, these books discuss the benefits and drawbacks of agribusiness, sometimes posing ethical questions to the reader. Farming relates the pros and cons of using --The Horn Book Guide
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Book Description Heinemann, 2011. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1432951017