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How to approach food technological problems in developing countries



How to approach food technological problems in developing countries



Lebensmittel Wissenschaft und Technologie 14(6): 348-350



A systematic approach to food technology problems in developing countries, involving consideration of each problem individually in its broadest social, economic and ecological context, is illustrated by a detailed example relating to the establishment of a school milk programme in an East African country.

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