Drawing together the latest research and a range of case studies, Henry Buller and Emma Roe guide readers on a fascinating journey through animal welfare issues 'from farm to fork'. Animal welfare offers a vital lens through which to explore the economies, culture and politics of food. This is the first text to provide a much-needed overview of this strongly debated area of the food industry. 232 p.
Series: Contemporary Food Studies: Economy, Culture and Politics
- Henry Buller, Professor of Human Geography. Currently undertaking research in the antimicrobial resistance and, in diagnostic procedures in livestock farming systems with research projects in the UK, Tanzania and Thailand. University of Exeter, Devonshire (UK).
- Emma Roe, BSc, PhD, Associate Professor in Human Geography. And works closely with animal welfare expertise in the animal science and food industry community. University of Southampton (UK).
- Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic
- Publication date (print): 2018-05
- ISBN (print Hardback): 978-0-8578-5578-7
- ISBN (print Paperback): 978-0-8578-5707-1
- ISBN (ebook PDF): 978-0-8578-5737-8