We’re interested in how all our food is made and controlled. In some ways these are political books and in others informative.
The Politics of Food Books we Like
Not on the Label by Felicity Lawrence
Not on the Label: What Really Goes into the Food on Your Plate is a shocking and highly readable expose of the state of the food production industry in Britain today. Felicity Lawrence will take some of the most popular foods we eat at home to show...
Shopped by Joanna Blythman
Shopped: The Shocking Power of British Supermarkets is an elegant demolition of the supermarket miracle, this book charts the impact that supermarkets have had on every aspect of our lives and culture. In the 1970s, British supermarkets had only 10%...
Tescopoly by Andrew Simms
Tescopoly: How One Shop Came Out on Top and Why It Matters is no lightweight book, it's quite academic. Well reasoned and explained in great detail. Scares the life out of you, with good reason. The book charts the rise of Tesco from a market operation...
The Best Democracy Money Can Buy by Greg Palast
An Investigative Reporter Exposes the Truth About Globalization, Corporate Cons and High Finance Fraudsters The heart of the book is about the institutionalised economic criminal activity that is part and parcel of the politics of globalisation. Palast...
Other Sections in Book Reviews
- Frugal Living and Green Books
- Gardening and Other DVDs
- General Gardening Books
- Livestock on a Small Scale
- Recipe, Cooking and Preserving Books
- Self Sufficiency & Sustainable Living Books
- The Politics of Food Books
- Vegetable & Fruit Growing Books
- Wild Foraging & Hunting Books
- About Allotments Books
- Allotment Growing Books
- Beekeeping Books
- Chickens & Poultry Books
- Growing in Pots, Containers, on Patios, Small Spaces Books