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"Rich, both theoretically and empirically . . . It is, in short, a text bound to the complex pursuit of the ethical in a world where such an endeavour is becoming all the more urgent."--Fiona Murphy"The Allegra Laboratory" (03/30/2015)

"A unique and important contribution to the scholarships of ethical consumption and alternative food movements."--Loretta Iegtak Lou"The Allegra Laboratory" (04/01/2015)

"This book is a valuable source of insight both for scholars and activists looking for more nuanced and "culturally sensitive" approaches to food and its social, political, symbolical, and practical meanings."--Costanza Curro"The Allegra Laboratory" (04/03/2015)

Rich, both theoretically and empirically . . . It is, in short, a text bound to the complex pursuit of the ethical in a world where such an endeavour is becoming all the more urgent. --Fiona Murphy"The Allegra Laboratory" (03/30/2015)"

A unique and important contribution to the scholarships of ethical consumption and alternative food movements."--Loretta Iegtak Lou"The Allegra Laboratory" (04/01/2015)"

This book is a valuable source of insight both for scholars and activists looking for more nuanced and culturally sensitive approaches to food and its social, political, symbolical, and practical meanings. --Costanza Curro"The Allegra Laboratory" (04/03/2015)"

"This volume signifi cantly contributes to understanding what it means to practice ethical eating and points to the various dilemmas in paving the way toward more sustainable food systems."--Tanja Kamin"Slavic Review" (11/01/2015)

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""Ethical Eating" provides a rich understanding of new food movements. As the first book to combine the analysis of postsocialism and the morality of food and agriculture, Ethical Eating opens up novel ways of understanding not just what people eat, but why they eat it and what it means."Elizabeth Cullen Dunn, Associate Professor of Geography and International Affairs, University of Colorado at Boulder
""Ethical Eating" is an innovative exploration of two growing issues in food studies: food movements in post-socialist societies and 'ethical' food movements. There is no question that this will be a must-read."James L. Watson, Fairbank Professor of Chinese Society and Professor ofAnthropology Emeritus, Harvard University
"This book offers a series of fresh insights into the nature of ethical food movements and alternativefood systems, seen from the perspective of post-socialist and market socialist societies. Exploringthe symbolic, material and emotional dimensions of ethical food, the book unsettles conventionalideas about the relationship between citizens, states and markets, between the urban and the rural, and between scholars and activists interested in the pursuit of increased food justice."Peter Jackson, Professor of Human Geography, University of Sheffield, UK
"Through its focus on memories of state socialism and everyday ethics and practices of contemporary food movements, this collection provides a provocative vantage point for assessing similar movements in "advanced capitalist" countries. Rich and nuanced, and written by leading scholars, it poses the relationship between states, markets and local practices in rich, contextual fashion."David Sutton, PhD, author of "Remembrance of Repasts: An Anthropology of Food and Memory" and co-editor of "The Restaurants Book: Ethnographies oif Where We Eat.""

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