A garden of unearthly delights: bioengineering and the future of food

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Penguin Books, Jun 1, 1995 - Business & Economics - 205 pages
Explaining the complex and controversial possibilities of bioengineering in the food industry, a guide to help the American consumer make informed choices in food buying explores the conflicting theories of food production--the near-utopian vs. the organic. 15,000 first printing. Tour.

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A GARDEN OF UNEARTHLY DELIGHT: Bioengineering and the Future of Food

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If the thought of a farm straight out of Woody Allen's Sleeper, overrun with mammoth chickens and gargantuan vegetables, scares you, then this book will fuel a thousand nightmares. Mather, food editor ... Read full review

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Mather, the food editor of the Detroit News, has written a book about two possible futures regarding how food will be produced, processed, distributed, and consumed in this country. One of those ... Read full review


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