Rape of Canola by Brewster Kneen

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The Rape of Canola is the story of the seed that became the "darling of edible oils." Once regarded as little more than a weed, rape transformed into canola. With stories by the people involved in the process, this book examines the seed, the crop and its processing by large transnational corporations.


About Brewster Kneen

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Brewster Kneen is th author of From Land to Mouth, Understanding the Food System (1989) and Trading Up -- How Cargill, the World's Largest Grain Company, is Changing Agriculture (1990), both published by NC Press.
Published June 1, 1992 by Nc Pr. 230 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math.