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Food industry and trade

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Article Ai Hisano (October 2023)
Eye Appeal Is Buy Appeal. Technology and Culture (pp. 1235-1247). (/isis/citation/CBB092227846/) unapi

Book Lisa Haushofer (2022)
Wonder Foods: The Science and Commerce of Nutrition. (/isis/citation/CBB755765560/) unapi

Book Amanda L. Van Lanen (2022)
The Washington Apple: Orchards and the Development of Industrial Agriculture. (/isis/citation/CBB771395765/) unapi

Book Michael J. Hathaway (2022)
What a Mushroom Lives For: Matsutake and the Worlds They Make. (/isis/citation/CBB565097903/) unapi

Article Frohlich, Xaq (Spring 2022)
Making Food Standard: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Food Standards of Identity, 1930s–1960s. Business History Review (pp. 145-176). (/isis/citation/CBB979639865/) unapi

Book Kristin A. Wintersteen (2021)
The Fishmeal Revolution: The Industrialization of the Humboldt Current Ecosystem. (/isis/citation/CBB521708008/) unapi

Article John D. Wong (Summer 2021)
Making Vitasoy 'Local' in Post-World War II Hong Kong: Traditionalizing Modernity, Engineering Progress, Nurturing Aspirations. Business History Review (pp. 275-300). (/isis/citation/CBB254722233/) unapi

Book Angela N. H. Creager; Gaudillière, Jean-Paul (2021)
Risk on the table : Food production, health, and the environment. (/isis/citation/CBB695571477/) unapi

Chapter David Fouser (2021)
Modern Food as Status: A Biography of Modern British Bread. In: Acquired Tastes: Stories about the Origins of Modern Food. (/isis/citation/CBB895916638/) unapi

Chapter Shprintzen, Adam D. (2021)
Modern Food as Substitute Food: Ella Eaton Kellogg’s Protose: Fake Meat and the Gender Politics That Made American Vegetarianism Modern. In: Acquired Tastes: Stories about the Origins of Modern Food. (/isis/citation/CBB724673308/) unapi

Chapter Haushofer, Lisa (2021)
Modern Food as Extracted Nutrition: Darby’s Fluid Meat, Digestion, and the British Imperial Food Supply. In: Acquired Tastes: Stories about the Origins of Modern Food. (/isis/citation/CBB600444793/) unapi

Chapter Kideckel, Michael S. (2021)
Modern Food as Mass-Consumed Food: The Search for the Average Consumer: Breakfast Cereal and the Industrialization of the American Food Supply. In: Acquired Tastes: Stories about the Origins of Modern Food. (/isis/citation/CBB314378268/) unapi

Chapter Okie, William Thomas (2021)
Modern Food as Distributed Food: The Thin Ripe Line: Watermelons, Pushcarts, Distribution, and Decay. In: Acquired Tastes: Stories about the Origins of Modern Food. (/isis/citation/CBB417513266/) unapi

Chapter Cohen, Benjamin R. (2021)
Modern Food as Suspicious: Gilded Sugar and Corn Syrup’s Long Con. In: Acquired Tastes: Stories about the Origins of Modern Food. (/isis/citation/CBB487365370/) unapi

Chapter Zeide, Anna (2021)
Modern Food as Endorsed Food: Marion Harland, Tastemaker: How One Woman’s Influence Helped Build an Industry. In: Acquired Tastes: Stories about the Origins of Modern Food. (/isis/citation/CBB027192077/) unapi

Chapter Singerman, David (2021)
Modern Food as Ranked Food: Who’s Afraid of the Dark Sugar?. In: Acquired Tastes: Stories about the Origins of Modern Food. (/isis/citation/CBB762198016/) unapi

Book Bryce Evans (2021)
Food and Aviation in the Twentieth Century: The Pan American Ideal. (/isis/citation/CBB626908190/) unapi

Chapter RICHARD COULTON (2021)
Knowing and Growing Tea: China, Britain, and the Formation of a Modern Global Commodity. In: Oriental Networks: Culture, Commerce, and Communication in the Long Eighteenth Century (pp. 34-62). (/isis/citation/CBB737358020/) unapi

Book Santiago Liaudat (2021)
Stevia: Conocimiento, propiedad intelectual y acumulación de capital (Stevia: Knowledge, Intellectual Property, and Capital Accumulation). (/isis/citation/CBB873725510/) unapi

Article Paula Schönach (2020)
'From Now on We All Demand: Give Us Pure Ice!' - Natural and Artificial Ice in the Service of Food Hygiene in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Helsinki, Finland. Environment and History (pp. 521-548). (/isis/citation/CBB251206569/) unapi

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