Institutions as Conscious Food Consumers (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
350
Utgivningsdatum
2018-08-29
Förlag
Academic Press
Medarbetare
ElizabethThottathil, Sapna / Goger, Annelies
Illustrationer
Black & white illustrations
Dimensioner
229 x 152 x 19 mm
Vikt
472 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
23:B&W 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm Perfect Bound on White w/Gloss Lam
ISBN
9780128136171
Institutions as Conscious Food Consumers (häftad)

Institutions as Conscious Food Consumers

Leveraging Purchasing Power to Drive Systems Change

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Institutions like schools, hospitals, and universities are not well known for having quality, healthy food. In fact, institutional food often embodies many of the worst traits of our industrialized food system, with long supply chains that are rife with environmental and social problems and growing market concentration in many stages of food production and distribution. Recently, however, non-profit organizations, government agencies, university research institutes, and activists have partnered with institutions to experiment with a wide range of more ethical and sustainable models for food purchasing, also known as values-based procurement.

Institutions as Conscious Food Consumers brings together in-depth case studies from several of promising models of institutional food purchasing that aim to be more sustainable, healthy, equitable, and local. With chapters written by a diverse set of authors, including leaders in the food movement and policy researchers, this book:

  • Documents growing interest among non-profit organizations and activists in institutional food interventions through case studies and first-hand experiences;
  • Highlights emerging evidence about how these new procurement models affect agro-food supply chains; and
  • Examines the role of policy and regional or geographic identity in promoting food systems change.
Institutions as Conscious Food Consumers makes the case that institutions can use their budgets to change the food system for the better, although significant challenges remain. Itis a must read for food systems practitioners, food chain researchers, and foodservice professionals interested in values-based procurement.
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Sapna E. Thottathil is the co-editor of Institutions as Conscious Food Consumers. She has worked on institutional food purchasing and supply chains with hospitals and K-12 public schools while employed at the organizations Health Care Without Harm and School Food Focus, and now with higher education with the University of California as an Associate Director of Sustainability for the University of California's Office of the President. She is continuing her food advocacy work as a Board Member for Pesticide Action Network (North America), as a Council Member for the Oakland Food Policy Council, and as an advisor to the Plant Based Foods Association. She is also a faculty member in the University of the Pacific's Food Studies Program and is the author of India's Organic Farming Revolution: What it Means for Our Global Food System. She holds a PhD in Geography from the University of California-Berkeley, an MSc from Oxford University, and a BA from the University of Chicago. Annelies M. Goger is the co-editor of Institutions as Conscious Consumers. She investigated global value chains and global production networks in wheat and tobacco while employed at the Duke University Global Value Chains Center (formerly the Center on Globalization, Governance and Competitiveness). She also brings previous experience studying globalization, governance, and ethical trade initiatives in the global clothing industry through her dissertation research in Sri Lanka, Europe, and the United States. She is currently a researcher at Social Policy Research Associates in Oakland, California specializing in food assistance, job training, and economic development programs in the U.S. She holds a PhD in geography from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, a MCP from the University of California at Berkeley, and a BA in sociology from Brandeis University.

Innehållsförteckning

Part I The Role of Institutions in Food Systems Change 1. Introduction: Institutions as Conscious Food Consumers 2. Trends in the Global Food System and Implications for Institutional Foodservice 3. Situating Institutional Foodservice in Agro-Food Value Chains: Overcoming Market Power and Structure with Values-Based Procurement

Part II Setting Purchasing Standards Through Policy 4. From Foodservice Management Contracts to U.S. Federal Legislation: Progress and Barriers in Values-Based Food Procurement Policies 5. The Good Food Purchasing Program: A Policy Tool for Promoting Supply Chain Transparency and Food System Change 6. From Navigating the Regulatory Environment to Designing a Good Food Supply for Institutions: Cases from Philadelphia

Part III Creating Shared Identity Using Place-Based Connections 7. Making Local Sourcing Standard Practice: Lessons from Michigan 8. Farm to Institution New England: Mobilizing the Power of a Region's Institutions to Transform a Region's Food System 9. Montana's Beef-to-School Project: Making Connections to Enhance Local Agriculture 10. Institutional Markets Supporting Midsized Farms: A Case Study of Iowa

Part IV New Directions for Institutional Foodservice 11. Sustainable Food Purchasing in the Health Care Sector: From Ideals to Institutionalization 12. Bringing School Foodservice Staff Back in: Accounting for Changes in Workloads and Mindsets in K-12 Values-Based Procurement 13. Food Banks as Local Food Champions: How Hunger Relief Agencies Invest in Local and Regional Food Systems 14. Plant Proteins Move to Center-Plate at Colleges and Universities