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The renewed interest in sustainable agriculture suggests we are in the midst of a food revolution. However, food movements' focus on individual, instead of collective, action has opened food activism to critiques that it is too focused on consumer politics and lacks the force necessary to make substantive changes in the global food system (e.g., Delind, 2006; Hassanein, 2003) . Our examination of the practices of and motivations for food preservation, using survey and interview data, revealsdoi:10.1080/17524032.2010.500461 fatcat:l6h2lvxspfgwja67zfcwzqr32m