Moveable Feasts: The Incredible Journeys of the Things We Eat

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Aurum, 2007 - Food - 330 pages
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How many frequent flyer points have the strawberries in your bowl collected? Did that salmon in the freezer enjoy its trip to China and back? Whether it is French' beans grown in Kenya or Cheddar' cheese produced in New Mexico, what we eat has notched up thousands of miles before landing on our plates. How on earth did this happen? In her quirky, fascinating and delightful book, Sarah Murray has toured the globe insearch of the stories behind food miles. Along the way, she has collected a series of astonishing facts

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User Review  - MarthaJeanne - LibraryThing

This book was interesting, but there were a lot of jumps where it was not clear why the author thought that two paragraphs belonged next to each other. The book includes a lot of UK information. More ... Read full review

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