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    Feeding the Melting Pot: Inclusive Strategies for the Multi-Ethnic City.Anke Brons, Peter Oosterveer & Sigrid Wertheim-Heck - 2020 - Agriculture and Human Values 37 (4):1027-1040.
    The need for a shift toward healthier and more sustainable diets is evident and is supported by universalized standards for a “planetary health diet” as recommended in the recent EAT-Lancet report. At the same time, differences exist in tastes, preferences and food practices among diverse ethnic groups, which becomes progressively relevant in light of Europe’s increasingly multi-ethnic cities. There is a growing tension between current sustainable diets standards and how diverse ethnic resident groups relate to it within their ‘culturally appropriate’ (...)
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    Conventionalization of the Organic Sesame Network From Burkina Faso: Shrinking Into Mainstream. [REVIEW]Laurent C. Glin, Arthur P. J. Mol & Peter Oosterveer - 2013 - Agriculture and Human Values 30 (4):539-554.
    This research examines the structure and development of the organic sesame network from Burkina Faso to explain the declining trend in organic sesame export. The paper addresses particularly the question whether the organic sesame network is structurally (re)shaped as a conventional mainstream market or whether it still presents a real alternative to conventional sesame production and trade. It is found that over the last decade organic sesame is increasingly incorporated into mainstream market channels. But contrary to the well-known case of (...)
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    Food system perspective on fisheries and aquaculture development in Asia. [REVIEW]Xavier Tezzo, Simon R. Bush, Peter Oosterveer & Ben Belton - 2021 - Agriculture and Human Values 38 (1):73-90.
    This paper reviews development research and policies on freshwater fish in South and Southeast Asia. We conduct a systematic review of academic literature from three major science-based policy institutions to analyze development research and policies that have accompanied the ongoing transition from freshwater capture fisheries to aquaculture in the region. Using a ‘food fish system’ framework allows for the identification and systematic comparison of assumptions underpinning dominant development policies. We analyze the interrelations between the production, provisioning, and consumption of wild (...)
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