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Can “alternative tourism” contribute to food sovereignty?

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Katie Brimm, Tanya M. Kerssen and Zoe Brent | 08.14.2014 New Mexico farmer Don Bustos (L) with coca farmer Gregorio on a Bolivia Food Sovereignty Tour, 2013 Food First Backgrounder, Summer 2014, Vol. 20, No. 2 Introduction: The beginnings of Food Sovereignty Tours When Food First founded its educational travel program Food Sovereignty Tours in 2010, it had already organized dozens of trips to destinations like Cuba… Continue Reading

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