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The New Foods Guide What's Here, What's Coming, What it Means for Us

By: John Elkington and Julia Hailes
305 pages, Tabs
Publisher: Victor Gollancz
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Focuses on the three most important elements of the new foods revolution: 'GM' foods, which are rarely out of the headlines; 'Functional' foods, a fast-growing range of products designed to give extra health benefits, and what the authors have termed 'New Organic' foods, increasingly mainstream products where demand is outstripping supply.

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By: John Elkington and Julia Hailes
305 pages, Tabs
Publisher: Victor Gollancz
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