Artisanal Bakery in France: How it Lives and Why it Survives

  • Daniel Bertaux
  • Isabelle Bertaux-Wiame
Part of the Edinburgh Studies in Sociology book series (ESIS)


What the Anglo-Saxons call ‘French bread’ is found, in fact, all over Latin Europe; it is the ancestral form of bread, compared to the industrial food wrapped in a shroud of cellophane which is sold in the supermarkets of the Western world under the somewhat euphemistic label of ‘bread’.


Social Relation Life Story Artisanal Form Young Couple Rural Background 
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© Frank Bechhofer and Brian Elliott 1981

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  • Daniel Bertaux
  • Isabelle Bertaux-Wiame

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