Organivore or organorexic? Examining the relationship between alternative food network engagement, disordered eating, and special diets

@article{Barnett2016OrganivoreOO,
  title={Organivore or organorexic? Examining the relationship between alternative food network engagement, disordered eating, and special diets},
  author={Michael Barnett and Weston R. Dripps and Kerstin K Blomquist},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2016},
  volume={105},
  pages={713-720}
}
The alternative food network (AFN) refers to connections between consumers, producers, and sellers of organic, local/regional, "sustainably grown," and other artisanal and niche food not produced by the conventional system (Goodman & Goodman, 2007). Alternative foods are often viewed as the "right" consumption choice while conventional counterparts are positioned as ethically "wrong." A moral positioning of food, avoidance of certain food groups, and anxiety elicited by food consumption choices… Expand
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