The Food Law, Sustainable Development and Health Protection

The volume proposes a key to interpreting food law based on the transversality of sources (international, European and national), as well as on the paradigms of sustainable development and health protection (to which is added the fight against climate change), that is, on the new frontiers of a sector that is so complex and vital for our “Country System.”

“Traditional” topics are addressed, such as:
– the food market
– consumer communication
– the relationship between food
– typical production and territory
– the preservation of biodiversity
– food safety

And other highly innovative ones, such as:
– the circular economy
– land grabbing
– functional foods
– punitive damages
– The relationship to commitments to reduce climate-changing emissions

The authors