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Title The Origin of Food Habits
Date 1944
Author(s) Renner, H.D
Publisher Faber and Faber
Place of Publication London
Description A scientific book on food habits. Describes the links between food and human senses as well as the significance of the physiological and psychological reactions we experience from various foods etc. The book explores why we enjoy certain things, and thus sheds light on the reasons behind the popularity of various commodities.
Document Type Printed Book
Primary Commodity Miscellaneous
Sub-commodity Chocolate, Spices, Wine and Spirits, Tobacco, Tea, Coffee, Sugar
Theme Health and Welfare; Social Practice
Keywords bread, butter, fish, meat, milk, confectionary, salt, spices, vegetable, fruit, beer, nutrition
Region Europe
Places UK; England
Copyright Faber and Faber Ltd