IN THE MINT SUMMER ISSUE 2019
Horizon Cereal offenders As investors have found rich pickings in the food sector as it caught the wave of commodity market deregulation, people have starved. Sophie van Huellen looks at the ingredients of food financialisation.
Horizons Fresh faced While “fresh is best” is, for many of us, a guiding principle in selecting food, there’s a case for taking a fresh perspective say David Evans and Peter Jackson.
Horizons Growing pains Can we save the planet and retain capitalism? Is transition to socialism the only way to end our addiction to unsustainable growth? Breakthroughs in economic theory may be suggesting a new answer to the questions: not capitalism or socialism, but both, Richard Douglas writes.
Here & now Is meat dying? As plant-based, flesh-like foods proliferate is the meat market being butchered. Dr Alexandra Sexton writes.