Yearly Archives: 2014

Can CSF Morals be part of The Global Fish Trade?

By Meredith Slater (New York City). Meredith questions what the increasingly popular Community Supported Fishery (CSF) supply chain model can add to the fraught seafood industry. Is there middle ground between Village Fishmonger and Fulton Fish Market? Can you guess the top
Posted in New York

Street Hawking: Pillar of Penang Food Culture

By Miguel de la Fuente-Lau (George Town, Penang). In many parts of the world, food is sold in neat, seemingly sterile packages and is supplied within a rigid framework of unions, middlemen and distributors. In other parts of the world, however, the
Posted in Penang

The Movement of Ice Cubes: From Calcutta to Massachusetts Avenue

By Hannah Walters (Boston). Hannah explores the surprising ice industry, from how one of Boston’s oldest companies moves ice using GPS technology and a special, green truck, to the commonly forgotten odyssey ice cubes once made in the 19th century
Posted in Boston

From North to South: How the Amazon Feeds São Paulo

By Emma Young (São Paulo). Emma is a doctoral student at the CUNY Graduate Center, where she studies the history of food-ways in Latin America and the Caribbean. She is based in Brooklyn and São Paulo. In this article, Emma
Posted in São Paulo