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Relationship of improved food production, processing, and distribution to malnutrition in developing countries



Relationship of improved food production, processing, and distribution to malnutrition in developing countries



Symposium on Canada and world food, 22-24 August 1977: proceedings: D-5-1 - D-5-19



The paper advocates a holistic approach to overcome malnutrition and resulting deficiency diseases by increasing food production, improving food storage, processing, distribution and nutrition health education programmes and by boosting the effective demand for food, i.e. the purchasing power of low income groups. (See WAERSA 20, 3082 for abstract of whole proceedings).

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