Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Food Systems Resilience

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Academic Editor

Ana I. Ribeiro-Barros
Ana I. Ribeiro-Barros

University of Lisbon,
Portugal

Co-editors

Daniel Tevera
Daniel Tevera

University of the Western Cape,
South Africa

Luis F. Goulao
Luis F. Goulao

University of Lisbon,
Portugal

Lucas Daniel Tivana
Lucas Daniel Tivana

Eduardo Mondlane University,
Mozambique

Series Editor

Usha Iyer-Raniga
Usha Iyer-Raniga

RMIT University,
Australia

Published13 July 2022

Doi10.5772/intechopen.95206

ISBN978-1-80355-004-6

Print ISBN978-1-80355-003-9

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-80355-005-3

Copyright year2022

Number of pages230

Part of the book seriesSustainable Development

Issn2753-6580

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Table of Contents

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1. Perspective Chapter: Food System Resilience – Towards a Joint Understanding and Implications for Policy

By Bart de Steenhuijsen Piters, Emma Termeer, Deborah Bakker, Hubert Fonteijn and Herman Brouwer

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2. Global Food System Transformation for Resilience

By Jasper Okoro Godwin Elechi, Ikechukwu U. Nwiyi and Cornelius Smah Adamu

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8. How to Build Food Safety Resilience in Commercial Restaurants?

By Rayane Stephanie Gomes De Freitas and Elke Stedefeldt

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1
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7

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