Regulating food labels: The case of free range food products in Australia

Carey, R, Parker, C, and Scrinis, G (2017) Capturing the meaning of “free range”: The contest between producers, supermarkets and consumers for the higher welfare egg label in Australia. Journal of Rural Studies 54: 266-275.

Parker, C, Carey, R, De Costa, R and Scrinis, G. (2017) The hidden hand of the market: who regulates animal welfare under a labelling for consumer choice approach? Regulation and Governance. Published online 8 June 2017.DOI: 10.1111/rego.12147

Parker, C and De Costa, J (2016) Misleading the ethical consumer: The regulation of free range egg labelling. Melbourne University Law Review 39 (3): 895 – 949.

Scrinis, G and Parker, C (2016) Front-of-pack labelling and the politics of nutritional nudges Law & Policy 38(3): 234-249.

Parker, C (2014) The food label as governance space: free range eggs and the fallacy of consumer choice. Recht der Werkelijkheid 35 (3): 101-133.

Parker, C, and Scrinis, G (2014). ‘Out of the cage and into the barn: supermarket power, food system governance and the regulation of free range eggs’, Griffith Law Review, 23(2), 318-347

Parker, C (2013) Voting with your fork? Industrial free-range eggs and the regulatory construction of consumer choice. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 649: 52 – 73.

Parker, C, Brunswick, C and Kotey, J (2013) The happy hen on your supermarket shelf. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry 10 (1): 165 – 186.

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