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Biting the hands that feed us

Baylen Linnekin

Biting the hands that feed us

how fewer, smarter laws would make our food system more sustainable

by Baylen Linnekin

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  • 6 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Food consumption,
  • Sustainable agriculture,
  • Government policy,
  • Livestock,
  • Nutrition policy,
  • Law and legislation,
  • Food supply,
  • Food law and legislation,
  • Food industry and trade

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (pages 201-247) and index

    StatementBaylen J. Linnekin
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD9006 .L56 2016
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxi, 257 pages
    Number of Pages257
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27220800M
    ISBN 101610916751
    ISBN 109781610916752
    LC Control Number2016938036
    OCLC/WorldCa946462791

    We all know that old adage, “Don’t bite the hand that feeds you.” I should tell this to my cat, Spitfire Jack, as he regularly nips me when I’m not pouring his kibbles fast enough! But in the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus turns that around, turns it around to: “Feed the hand that bites you.” Okay, it sounds a little different in the Bible. Biting the Hands that Feed Us: How Fewer, Smarter Laws Would Make Our Food System More Sustainable (Hardcover) By Baylen J. Linnekin, Emily Broad Leib (Foreword by) $

      ‘Biting the Hands That Feed Us’ wants to improve our food system. Posted by J.D. Vivian | Apr 5, | Book Reviews, Featured | 0 | Then-First Lady Michelle Obama instructs young schoolchildren in the White House Garden. Author Baylen Linnekin took his American University food-policy students on a tour of the garden during Barack Obama’s.   How Ontario is biting the hands that feed us. By Bruce Arthur Columnist. Thu., J timer 5 min. read. Maybe you remember the time Ontario let people work with COVID

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--John Mackey "co-founder and co-CEO, Whole Foods Market ". Biting the Hands that Feed Us was published in Sept. by Island Press, the nation's leading publisher of books that center on environmental book sounds the alarm about the many ways that federal, state, and local laws and regulations both restrict sustainable food practices and promote unsustainable food practices, and urges immediate and lasting changes.

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One person found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Kristine. out of 5 stars Such a good book. Reviewed in the United States on November 7, Reviews: Biting the Hands That Feed Us How Fewer, Smarter Laws Would Make Our Food System More Sustainable (Book): Linnekin, Baylen: Food waste, hunger, inhumane livestock conditions, disappearing fish stocks--these are exactly the kind of issues we expect food regulations to combat.

Yet, today in the United States, laws exist at all levels of government that actually make these problems worse.

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Biting the Hands That Feed Us How Fewer, Smarter Laws Would Make Our Food System More Sustainable (Book): Linnekin, Baylen: "Food waste, hunger, inhumane livestock conditions, disappearing fish stocks--these are exactly the kind of issues we expect food regulations to combat. Yet, today in the United States, laws exist at all levels of government that actually make these problems.

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