An approachable companion text for introductory food law students
Keywords:Food, Agriculture, Law, Policy, Regulation
Marne Coit and Theodore A Feitshans’s Food Systems Law is a broad primer providing explanations of the complex regulatory landscape of the American food system. Students will benefit from the presentation of the material—both in its clarity and through the many examples that ground the information in real-world issues. Because this book is tailored for legal and general audiences alike, for use in a college class, Food Systems Law is likely best suited for upper-level undergraduate students or graduate students. This book provides information needed for students to understand the scope, nuance, and unresolved conflicts in food law. In doing so, the book presents background information that is approachable for students unfamiliar with the fundamentals of U.S. law and policy. . . . .
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