Women Working the NAFTA Food Chain: Women, Food & Globalization
In this collection of research, contributors from Canada, the US and Mexico take a critical look at how NAFTA is affecting the working and living conditions of women workers in the continental food system.
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Women Working the NAFTA Food Chain: Women, Food and Globalization
Limited preview - 2004
agribusiness agriculture alternatives American Annex Organics Antonieta avocado Canada Canadian cashiers changes chapter Chencha chicken co-ordinators community kitchens consumers cooking corporate countries create cultural Debbie Field Deborah Barndt economic employees employment empowerment environmental example export family wage farm farmers fast-food Field to Table flexible food banks Food Box food production food security foodscapes FoodShare full-time gender global food system growers Harriet Friedmann hunger Indigenous women industry interview with author Irapuato labour force land lives Loblaws Maquiladoras Maria McDonald's McLibel meals Mestizo Mexican Mexico migrant workers Miracle Food Mart monoculture nafta needs neoliberal North Ontario part-time workers peasant percent pesticides plants policies political restaurants restructuring rural Sayula season social stories strategies sumers supermarket Tennessee Third World tion tirn Tomasita Project tomato Toronto trade traditional union urban Vandana Shiva workforce workplace York University