Food Wars: The global battle for mouths, minds and markets, 2nd edition
A new edition of Food wars, a book written by Tim Lang and Michael Heasman, was published by Routledge. Food wars can be understood as a war declaration against nowadays food-world. This new edition brings new developments since the first edition fully up to date within the original analytical framework of competing paradigms or worldviews shaping the direction and decision-making within food politics and policy. The authors place more emphasis on the tricky task of how to address cross-cutting issues. Their core argument remains that the food system is in trouble, but it is possible to make sense of this situation and to unpick the barriers to profess. The evidence for system change has grown stronger. The authors propose quite concrete solution for a new food policy and draw a new frame for food policy and public health.