Thai Food Culture in Transition: A Mixed Methods Study on the Role of Food Retailing
In the modern world a globalized food system has emerged, dominated by transnational food companies. Local food cultures, environments, and diets are being transformed with increased food availability and diversity reducing malnutrition worldwide; however, increased energy availability is driving an epidemic of obesity and diet-related disease. In Thailand modern food retail now controls 50% of food trade and the nutrition transition-a shift to diets higher in processed foods and animal...[Show more]
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