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Food and Nutrition Bulletin
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The Food and Nutrition Bulletin incorporates and continues the PAG Bulletin of the former 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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Food technology as a means of alleviating hunger and poverty
The contribution of food science and technology to the transformation and social management of rural areas
Interaction between pre-harvest and post-harvest systems and their implications for socio-economic development
The contribution of the post-harvest food system to employment generation and nutritional improvement: Case studies of the potential of dairy technologies
Indigenous fermented-food technologies for small-scale industries
Development of energy-saving technologies for the food processing industry
Energy use in food processing for nutrition and development
Food and nutrition policy
Political and analytical barriers to solving food problems
Proposal for a data base on food and nutrition
Nutrition education: An overview of the issues
Classification of Nigerian foods: A review
Nutritional deficiency disorders
Iodine deficiency disorders: Clinical presentations and continuing problems
Malnutrition and behavior: Critical assessment of key issues.
UNU sub-programme on food, nutrition, and poverty
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