Archive for the ‘Food Ethics’ Category

Eating Animals

Here’s a review (by Justin Van Kleeck, writing for of Jonathan Safran Foer’s new book, Book Review: Eating Animals, by Jonathan Safran Foer

[S]imply put, this is the hardest, most difficult, most painful book I have ever read…

But it is also one of the most impressive, most powerful, and most important.

Foer’s researching is meticulous and well-rounded, for he draws upon the sort of sources you might expect–such as reports from animal-rights organizations–but also governmental and non-governmental organizations, personal interviews, and even industry/trade publications. Yet what makes Eating Animals most remarkable is Foer’s crisp, tight prose, his ability to weave the data into a “story” that is at once personal and provocative for readers….

You can buy the book on Amazon, by clicking here: Eating Animals
(As always, no endorsement is implied.)

6 New Food Ethics Books

The San Francisco Chronicle has this piece about 6 new books on food ethics (very broadly understood) : Ethical eating hits the page with 6 new books

The Chronicle has rounded up six recently published books on the topic to help readers slog through the jargon and learn about an ever more popular style of eating….

Click below to buy these books from Amazon. No endorsement implied.