Food in the Digital Era is the first publication in a series on how the Internet, science, and technology have reshaped food since the late 20th century. Each book will be written by an organization or a specialist like a biologist, computer scientist, anthropologist, historian, etc. who will outline their research and experiences.
Concretely, this book is about how digital technologies have enabled us to buy food and companies deliver it. Dr. Mireia Xarrié brings up examples from the 1990s to 2020. How did we buy food online in the 1990s in London? And in Tokyo in the 2010s? What are the most successful cases worldwide?
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About the author:
The collection Digital Age is written by Dr. Mireia Xarrié for all-ages audiences. In each book, Agriculture, Health, Mobility, Education, Food, Money, the author narrates how digital technologies have transformed each topic, from the past decades to the present, with real examples from around the globe, and critical thinking.
Dr. Mireia Xarrié is reading about the Internet since 1997. She has written these books from the Humanities (Bachelor), and the Information and Communication Technologies (Master degree about the Digital Age) point of view. Get in touch with her via the contact form