Lots of interesting articles can be read in full-text in the new issue of the journal "Anthropology of Food", edited by Virginie Amilien and Gunnar Vittersø at SIFO - Norwegian Institute for Consumption Research, f.ex about "coalho" cheese in the northeast of Brazil, José Muchnik, Estelle Bienabe and Claire Cerdant write: "This pressed curd cheese made with non pasteurized milk, typical of this region, "is not just a cheese" for the local consumers. It represents their culture, their way of life and their way eating.
Rachel Eden Black conducted ethnographic fieldwork at Porta Palazzo in Turin, which has one of the largest and oldest farmers’ markets in Italy. Farmers’ markets not only support the local production of food, but also help in the sharing of local knowledge of culinary traditions.
"France has Champagne, Norway has tjukkmjølk", Virginie Amilien, Hanne Torjusen and Gunnar Vittersø write in their article From local food to terroir product? - Some views about Tjukkmjølk, the traditional thick sour milk from Røros, Norway.