New Book – Ecologist Guide to Food

However, as investigative journalist Andrew Wasley reveals, much of our food comes with a hidden price tag.

But does the process of meeting Western demand for well-stocked supermarkets need to be this bleak? What if our mega-farms could harvest crops of 70,000+ vegetables each day and still offer fair pay, good living conditions and even social facitilites to their workers? What if drinking coffee could actually have a positive influence on reforestation? As well as uncovering the sometimes shocking practices in existence, this book takes a look at alternatives for the food industry, giving a voice to the positive pioneers going against the grain to produce food that is good for you, good for others and good for the planet. 

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Andrew Wasley is a UK-based investigative journalist specializing in food, the environment and consumer affairs. He was editor of The Ecologist between 2010 and 2012, and is co-founder and director of the world’s leading ethical investigative agency Ecostorm.

The guides – sometimes surprising, sometimes controversial – will be essential reading for anyone interested in making ethical choices and living a more sustainable life. 


Zac Goldsmith – Environmental Campaigner, MP and Editor of The Ecologist, 1998–2007

Available  February 2014

Price  £9.99


Forewords from Zac Goldsmith