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Producing and selling food in the urban space: what are the risks? A case-study in Hanoi, Vietnam

Abstract : In Hanoi, many street food vendors are facing eviction by public authorities, notably with the argument that food sold in the street would be risky in terms of health. Based on qualitative interviews, on policy review and on genotoxicity analyses on vegetables and fishes, this communication addresses the ways different actors deal with these risks and argue about it. While public authorities fear bacterial and chemical contaminations and toxicity analyses suspect heavy metal contamination, consumers rather trust the food sold that is produced locally.
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Gwenn Pulliat, Michaël Bruckert, Geneviève Conejero, Elodie Pepey, Coline Perrin. Producing and selling food in the urban space: what are the risks? A case-study in Hanoi, Vietnam. Journées Rurales 2021 - Les relations ville-campagne face à la question alimentaire, Comité National Français de Géographie; Union Géographique Internationale, Mar 2021, Montpellier, France. ⟨hal-03298527⟩

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