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The implications which nutrition has for health are major considerations in all areas of food management. The paper draws together some of the points considered during the course of a major conference and outlines possible approaches to the application of nutrition in food management. Research...
The first databank to combine the resources and expertise of the Royal College of Physicians, the British Dietetic Association and the British Nutrition Foundation, the Leatherhead Food Research Association was launched on 15 September 1987. The article describes it and its implications. It...
Nationally reported food poisoning cases have been increasing, most likely as a result of recent trends to supply food on larger scales and to a public which eats out more often. The Aylesbury Vale District Council reports on its programme of clean food awards, designed to encourage higher...
The British Food Journal has had a long and distinguished career as an information source both for those involved in regulation and those who produce within the food industry. Indeed, in 1988 the journal enters its 90th year of this service. A review of its past also provides a review of key...
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