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No One Eats Alone: Food as a Social Enterprise
by Michael S. Carolan
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In today&rsquo;s fast-paced, fast food world, everyone seems to be eating alone, all the time&mdash;whether it&rsquo;s at their desks or in the car. Even those who find time for a family meal are cut off from the people who grew, harvested, distributed, marketed, and sold the foods on their table. Few ever break bread with anyone outside their own socioeconomic group. So why does Michael Carolan say that that no one eats alone? Because all of us are affected by the other people in our vast foodscape. We can no longer afford to ignore these human connections as we struggle with dire problems like hunger, obesity, toxic pesticides, antibiotic resistance, depressed rural economies, and low-wage labor.<BR><BR> Carolan argues that building community is the key to healthy, equitable, and sustainable food. While researching <INo One Eats Alone[/I], he interviewed more than 250 individuals, from flavorists to Fortune 500 executives, politicians to feedlot managers, low-income families to crop scientists, who play a role in the life of food. Advertising consultants told him of efforts to distance eaters and producers&mdash;most food firms don&rsquo;t want their customers thinking about farm laborers or the people living downstream of processing plants. But he also found stories of people getting together to change their relationship to food and to each other.<BR><BR> There are community farms where suburban moms and immigrant families work side by side, reducing social distance as much as food miles. There are entrepreneurs with little capital or credit who are setting up online exchanges to share kitchen space, upending conventional notions of the economy of scale. There are parents and school board members who are working together to improve cafeteria food rather than relying on soda taxes to combat childhood obesity.<BR><BR> Carolan contends that real change only happens when we start acting like citizens first and consumers second. <INo One Eats Alone[/I] is a book about becoming better food citizens.



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publisher: Island Press (May 9, 2017)
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isbn: 1610918045, 978-1610918046,
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Even those who find time for a family meal are cut off from the people who grew, harvested, distributed, marketed, and sold the foods on their tableAuthor? Subscribe to our Monthly Marketing NewsletterJoin our mailing list to receive articles and news about marketing your bookIf you would like to contact me please click on thisbutton: While researching No One Eats Alone, he interviewed more than 250 individuals, from flavorists to Fortune 500 executives, politicians to feedlot managers, low-income families to crop scientists, who play a role in the life of foodYou interviewed over 250 people for this bookRozday divides the book into twenty hikes, each one four to six pages, a few longerIdoubt Ill eat or shop the same againA recent Gallup study reveals that the best predictor of whether individuals support things like building a wall between the US and Mexico and who believe non-whites have not contributed as much to civilization as those of European descent is how white their social networks areThe book starts with a lengthy introduction and an equally lengthy conclusionLess known is that people pick a lot of what we eat too, and slaughter, breed, transport, package, invent, cook, fortify, market, and sell itEven those who find time for a family meal are cut off from the people who grew, harvested, distributed, marketed, and sold the foods on their tableAnd yet, Michael's words are also brilliantly rigorous and thoughtfulBut he also found stories of people getting together to change their relationship to food and to each otherCarolan invites readers to actively participate in the foodscape, recognizing that changing it will take collective action and not just fork-voting."Julie Guthman, author of "Weighing In: Obesity, Food Justice, and the Limits of Capitalism" So why does Michael Carolan say that that no one eats alone? Because all of us are affected by the other people in our vast foodscapeThere are parents and school board members who are working together to improve cafeteria food rather than relying on soda taxes to combat childhood obesityWhat are the differences between these terms? What power does language have to change the way we think about our relationship to food? To change the way we behave? I opt for the term foodscape instead of the more familiar food system because the latter is too narrow for what I have in mind, often reducing the life of food to a commodity chainproducers, processors, distributors, retailers, and consumersCarolan argues that building community is the key to healthy, equitable, and sustainable foodI interviewed a gentleman while he held a color fan, like you would find at a paint store, that allows companies to custom order the color of their salmon (most requested NoWant to learn more? No One Eats AlonefoodSocial EnterpriseCarolan Katharine Sucher Katharine Sucher is the Publicity & Marketing Assistant at Island Press.I am fronted now with a real limitation as to what I can evoke as a reviewerThe revelation within is that what we eat isprofoundly socialThe revelation within is that what we eat is profoundly social 171bf2437f



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