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Quaderni Culturali IILA
This work aims to highlight the link between South America and Europe regarding the production, marketing and consumption of corned beef. This high protein canned food made from processed beefwas highly required in war contexts (First and Second World War) to feed soldiers and civilians. While Europe faced the battle, in America they invested in its elaboration (acquiring fields, cattle and employing labor). They built unprecedentedindustrial complexes, strategically located next to rivers anddoi:10.36253/qciila-1506 fatcat:yqawn2j7rjdtxpydzl7n7cplpe