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Food and Nutrition Bulletin

Volume 4, Number 4, October 1982

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Published by the United Nations University, Tokyo, Japan.

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The Food and Nutrition Bulletin incorporates and continues the former PAG Bulletin of the Protein-Calorie Advisory Group of the United Nations system and is published quarterly by the United Nations University in collaboration with the United Nations ACC Sub-committee on Nutrition. The views expressed are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the United Nations University or the UN ACC Sub-committee on Nutrition.

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ISSN 0379-5721
ISBN 92-808-0461-8


The bacon chow study: effects of maternal nutritional supplementation on infant mental and motor development

The relationship of family characteristics to the nutritional status of pre-school children

The present status of endemic goitre and endemic cretinism in China

Fighting malnutrition in Mexico: the fiscal cost of alternative policy options

Food trade: the poor feed the rich

Recommended dietary intakes and allowances around the world- an introduction: IUNS committee report

Research and development work on fish-enriched protein foods from inexpensive varieties of fish

Fish protein resources for human consumption: summary of a seminar held in Colombo, Sri Lanka

Technology options for formulating weaning foods for the economically weaker segments of populations in developing countries

Possible utilization of the water hyacinth in nutrition and industry

Neurolathyrism and L-ascorbic acid

A comparison of milk output of burmese mothers by three different methods

News and notes

UNPD grant for UNU research project
New and recent books
Publications available
Abstracts of selected current articles in food and nutrition
Congress of food science and technology

Letters to the editor

Vitamin A nutrition status in Costa Rica: was fortification necessary?

UNU sub-programme on food, nutrition, and poverty

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