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Simon Maxwell

Food Policy Old and New

Food Policy Old and New, ODIOverseas Development Institute (London) Briefing Paper, November 2003, With R. Slater (also published in Development Policy Review and The Courier APC-EU)

The character of the food system and the nature of food policy are both changing, as urbanisation, technical change and the industrialisation of the food system transform the way food is produced, marketed and consumed in developing countries. The challenges are daunting and immediate – and need to be on the agenda of policy-makers throughout the developing world................. (see link in title for full article).

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