Food Links, 12.10.2011
In praise of the Great British Bake Off.
The University of Stellenbosch now sells milk.
How Whole Foods encourages its shoppers to spend money.
I’m enjoying Grist’s new Food Studies series.
An interview with the amazing Joyce Molyneux of the Carved Angel.
Liberal and conservative food preferences.
The British government abolishes sell-by dates.
Curry in Japan. (Thanks Mum!)
The queue for the opening of the first branch of McDonald’s in Moscow in 1990. More recently, Russia seems to be embracing foodie-ism.
The best fish and chips in Cape Town.
Why African governments need to prepare for a food insecure future.
Somerset cider brandy gains protected status from the European commission. *hic*
Peruvian food seems to be increasingly popular.
Jay Rayner cooks with Rene Redzepi.
Check out the World Development Movement’s comprehensive report on food speculation.
Banks and the trade in food commodities.
Goldman Sachs and the food speculation frenzy.
Wall Street, food speculation, and grain researves.
The link between food speculation and high food prices.
How food speculation has impacted on Mexico’s maize farmers – and fuelled a tortilla crisis.
Why we need to regulate food speculation.
How to take action against banks involved in food speculation.
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