The End of Food

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Greystone Books, 2012 - Business & Economics - 329 pages
29 Reviews
An in-depth expos(r) of how the modern food system is putting our food supply in serious danger?with startling new evidence and guidance on what we can do to reclaim control of what we eat.

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Review: The End of Food: How the Food Industry Is Destroying Our Food Supply--And What You Can Do about It

User Review  - Katie - Goodreads

Easy to read and fairly well done. Some of the nutritional information is out of date, but the rest of the book has held up well in the 8 years since it was published. The book begins with an amusing ... Read full review

Review: The End of Food: How the Food Industry Is Destroying Our Food Supply--And What You Can Do about It

User Review  - Mitch - Goodreads

One of the worst books I've ever read. Terrible research and a patchwork structure made from other people's work. Lazy and mostly unreadable. Read full review

About the author (2012)

Thomas F. Pawlick has more than thirty-five years of experience as a journalist and editor, specializing in science, environmental, and agricultural reporting. He is a three-time winner of the Canadian Science Writers’ Association Award and received a National Magazine Award for his agricultural reporting. Pawlick holds a masters degree in farm journalism and is the author of ten books, including the best-selling The End of Food. He served six years as chief editor of Ceres magazine, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization's flagship publication. He currently lives on a 150-acre farm in eastern Ontario.

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