The Food Sharing Revolution

How Start-Ups, Pop-Ups, and Co-ops are Changing the Way We Eat

Michael Carolan shares the stories of traditional producers, who are being squeezed by big agribusiness, and entrepreneurs, who are bucking the corporate food system. He warns that food, just like taxis or hotels, can be co-opted by moneyed interests. But when collaboration is genuine, the sharing economy can offer both producers and eaters freedom, even sovereignty. The result is a healthier, more sustainable, and more ethical way to eat. Book sales and signing to follow.