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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 and nutrition bulletin
The impact of agricultural and food-supply policies on nutrition and health status
The demand for higher-status food and nutrition in rural India: the experience of Matar Taluka. I. Basic data and Interrelationship of variables
The effects of food price and income policies on the nutrition of low-income groups: a Philippine case-study
Nutrition and health
Food availability in Singapore from 1961 to 1983: implications for health research
Outpatient rehabilitation of severe protein energy malnutrition (PEM)
Egg flotation method: its assessment and development into a household technology for the accurate preparation of pickling brine in developing countries
Standardized food terminology: an essential element for preparing and using food consumption data on an international basis
News and notes
Programme on food, nutrition, biotechnology, and poverty
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