The Canadian Wheat Board and the creative re- constitution of the Canada-UK wheat trade: wheat and bread in food regime history

@inproceedings{Magnan2010TheCW,
  title={The Canadian Wheat Board and the creative re- constitution of the Canada-UK wheat trade: wheat and bread in food regime history},
  author={Andr{\'e} Magnan},
  year={2010}
}
ed from other issues of bread quality, namely nutrition, leading to historical contests over bread involving state and social movement actors. The state intervened to improve bread nutrition during war-time conditions (by raising flour extraction rates, yielding browner, more nutritious bread), but compromised in the post-war period by implementing bread fortification, where nutrients missing from white bread would be reintroduced as external inputs. This solution accommodated the desires of… CONTINUE READING

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