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Geography
Course
GGR107H1
Professor
Charles Z Levkoe
Semester
Summer

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12-05-27 4:44 PM Unit 3: The Global Industrial Food System Chapter 6: Changing geographies of food consumption and production 6.1 Think about food The changing nature of food consumption and case studies that promote critical reflection Food goes beyond reflecting what we eat and often becomes who we are Food deserts: places where access to food is poor Food shapes us and determines who we are “we are what we eat” Economic significance of food is important Study human geography tracing back the materials for everyday life Another example is the inter-connectedness of realizing how food is made
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