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Dissemination: perspectives from the MAFF food acceptability and choice programme


, : Dissemination: perspectives from the MAFF food acceptability and choice programme. Nutrition and Food Science 30(1): 8-11

This paper reports on the dissemination strategies of researchers in the UK' MAFF food acceptability and choice programme, and contrasts these with the problems faced by practitioners in gaining access to relevant health-related research findings.


Accession: 003408688

DOI: 10.1108/00346650010304693

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