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Making 'bush food' markets fair

Journal Article


Abstract


  • The commercial potential of native plant foods in

    Australia (‘bush foods’) has boomed over the past 50

    years. Markets are growing for around 15-20 species,

    including macadamia, lemon myrtle and Quandong. There

    is room for everyone involved, including researchers,

    traders, manufacturers and consumers, to better recognise

    and respect the role of Aboriginal peoples as custodians of

    their traditional resources and associated knowledge.

Publication Date


  • 2016

Citation


  • K. Lingard, 'Making 'bush food' markets fair' (2016) 32 (2) Farming Matters 31-32.

Number Of Pages


  • 1

Start Page


  • 31

End Page


  • 32

Volume


  • 32

Issue


  • 2

Place Of Publication


  • Netherlands

Abstract


  • The commercial potential of native plant foods in

    Australia (‘bush foods’) has boomed over the past 50

    years. Markets are growing for around 15-20 species,

    including macadamia, lemon myrtle and Quandong. There

    is room for everyone involved, including researchers,

    traders, manufacturers and consumers, to better recognise

    and respect the role of Aboriginal peoples as custodians of

    their traditional resources and associated knowledge.

Publication Date


  • 2016

Citation


  • K. Lingard, 'Making 'bush food' markets fair' (2016) 32 (2) Farming Matters 31-32.

Number Of Pages


  • 1

Start Page


  • 31

End Page


  • 32

Volume


  • 32

Issue


  • 2

Place Of Publication


  • Netherlands