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Conclusion: Towards New Understandings Of Food Glocalization

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This chapter goes over the main findings and concepts of the author's research (e.g. such elements as food package and transabroad glocalization). It tries to apply these concepts to different culinary and cultural cases. It provides answers to the initial questions: i) How does an artisanal dish go global and how is it received and glocalized in a new country? ii) What role does the food worker play in the food glocalization process? iii) How is the food worker's activity influencing and being influenced by consumers' taste? iv) What is the impact of globalization on workers' lives and working practices? And v) What is the impact of globalization on the food worker's profession? In conclusion, it maintains i) in the initiatives undertaken by Neapolitan pizza chefs to have an STG pizza and ii) in the transnational interchange of Italian and Japanese pizzaiolos.

Keywords: food glocalization; food workers; globalization; Japanese pizzaiolos; Neapolitan pizza; pizzaiolos; STG pizza



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