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Lydia Zepeda: Bad choices in our food system

Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, 2021, 237 pp., ISBN 978-1-5275-6466-5

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James, H.S. Lydia Zepeda: Bad choices in our food system. Agric Hum Values 38, 853–854 (2021).

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