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Tomatoland : how modern industrial agriculture destroyed our most alluring fruit: how modern industrial agriculture destroyed our most alluring fruit
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Published:
[United States] : Andrews McMeel, 2018.
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eBook
ISBN:
9781449493233 (electronic bk.), 1449493238 (electronic bk.)
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1 online resource
Lexile measure:
1280L
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Four entirely new chapters take up where the current edition leaves off to tell the story behind what president Bill Clinton calls "the most astonishing thing politically in the world we're living in today." Estabrook reveals how a rag-tag group of migrant tomato pickers in Florida convinced the world's largest restaurant chains and food retailers to join forces to create a model for labor justice, and then took the necessary steps to make sure that the model really works, not only in Florida, but around the world. The book includes a new foreword by journalist and author Eric Schlosser (Fast Food Nation).

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English
Lexile measure:
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Four entirely new chapters take up where the current edition leaves off to tell the story behind what president Bill Clinton calls "the most astonishing thing politically in the world we're living in today." Estabrook reveals how a rag-tag group of migrant tomato pickers in Florida convinced the world's largest restaurant chains and food retailers to join forces to create a model for labor justice, and then took the necessary steps to make sure that the model really works, not only in Florida, but around the world. The book includes a new foreword by journalist and author Eric Schlosser (Fast Food Nation).
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Estabrook, B. (2018). Tomatoland: how modern industrial agriculture destroyed our most alluring fruit. [United States]: Andrews McMeel.

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Estabrook, Barry. 2018. Tomatoland: How Modern Industrial Agriculture Destroyed Our Most Alluring Fruit. [United States]: Andrews McMeel.

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Estabrook, Barry, Tomatoland: How Modern Industrial Agriculture Destroyed Our Most Alluring Fruit. [United States]: Andrews McMeel, 2018.

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Estabrook, Barry. Tomatoland: How Modern Industrial Agriculture Destroyed Our Most Alluring Fruit. [United States]: Andrews McMeel, 2018. Web.

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