Culinaria is a monograph series published by National Food & Beverage Foundation in partnership with Tulane University Law School. The series is designed to quickly publish peer- reviewed articles and other important articles about the law, policy and cultural issues that involve food and drink. Some general categories of interest include food safety/security; innovation and intellectual property; public health; food and beverage law (domestic and international); agriculture, fishing, and aquaculture; policy; environment and sustainability; history; and media and the arts.
As important as peer- reviewed journals are, the process often results in a publication which is not available in a timely manner to facilitate debate and discussion. It is Culinaria's intention to review and publish well-written articles in the field within a period of about 90 days or less so that they can be distributed and read while they're still relevant and can make a difference.
If you're a lawyer, an academic, or a person with something important to say, please consider submitting your article to us by emailing Liz Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org) directly.
Pepper Bowen, Culinaria Editor in Chief, shares a bit of our favorite crustaceon's legal history.
Read the fifth issue of SoFAB's food policy monograph Culinaria here. Pat Morin explores the implications of the Food Safety Modernization Act of 2011. Image from carolinafarmstewards.org
Photo from Flickr User Mariam. Culinaria Issue 4 is now up!
Read the third issue of SoFAB's food policy monograph Culinaria here.
Read the second issue of SoFAB's food policy monograph Culinaria.
Read the first issue of SoFAB's food policy monograph Culinaria here.