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FOOD ETHICS, 2E explores the relationship between the food industry and individual consumers, people groups, and the environment. This handpicked collection of twenty-six readings examines such topics as genetically modified foods, animal rights, centralized versus local production, vegetarianism, and more. Students are also encouraged to explore the relationship between food ethics and climate change, population, consumption and migration, technology, development and capitalism, and pollution. In addition, this edition includes four new readings and a new basic introduction to ethics. It also features updated introductions, a comprehensive index, and study questions that help students discuss and reflect on noteworthy issues.