The great food robbery : How corporations control food, grab land and destroy the climate
Although more than enough food is produced to feed the world, more than a billion people continue to suffer from hunger. Drawing on extensive research conducted by GRAIN, this book argues that the crisis in the global food system is the result of the expansion of a corporate-driven system that excessively relies
on industrial, large-scale, agriculture. Considering a wide range of issues, such as
the climate crisis and land grabbing, the authors look at the strategies and tactics employed by corporations to expand this industrial food system, and how this destroys traditional or local food systems and the environment.