Naming Food after Places: Food Relocalisation and Knowledge Dynamics in Rural Development

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Published Dec 4, 2012
Riccardo Vecchio

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Vecchio, R. 2012. Naming Food after Places: Food Relocalisation and Knowledge Dynamics in Rural Development. The International Journal of Sociology of Agriculture and Food. 19, 3 (Dec. 2012), 465-466. DOI:https://doi.org/10.48416/ijsaf.v19i3.217.
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