Tangled Routes: Women, Work, and Globalization on the Tomato Trail

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Contents Introduction - roots and routes-- across space and through time -Tomatl meets the corporate tomato-- frames and filters - theoretical and methodological approaches-- arch deluxe with a smile - women never stop at McDonald's-- you can count on us - scanning cashiers at Loblaws-- on the move for food - truckers and transnational migrants-- picking and packing for the north - agricultural workers at Empaque Santa Rosa-- crossing sectors and borders - weaving a holistic analysis-- cracks in the corporate tomato - signs of hope.

And what impact does its production have on the earth, on the women workers who move it from field to table, and on all who eat it?

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This study follows a corporate tomato from a Mexican field through the US to a Canadian table, examining in its wake the dynamic relationship between production and consumption, work and technology, health and environment, bio-diversity and cultural diversity. After tracing the tomato's journey through space and time routes and roots , three case studies - a Mexican agribusiness, a Canadian supermarket, and a US-owned fast-food restaurant - offer a view of globalization from above corporate profiles , globalization from below stories of women who plant, pick, pack, scan, slice and sell tomatoes , and "the other globalization" acts of resistance and alternatives to the corporate model.

This work grew out of a six-year collaborative project involving feminist academics, activists and popular educators from Mexico, the USA and Canada.