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    • A Revolution in the Making: The Case of Agro-Food Retailing in India 

      Narayanan, Sudha (CUL Initiatives in Publishing (CIP), 2007)
      Recent discussions of global agro-food systems have turned the spotlight on food retailing. Observers concur that globalization has been accompanied by, and may have aided, retail concentration in agro-food markets. This ...
    • Alcohol Abuse in Urban Moshi, Tanzania 

      Castens, Vicky; Luginga, Felix; Shayo, Benjamin; Tolias, Christine (CUL Initiatives in Publishing (CIP), 2012)
      Alcohol abuse is a global public health problem. About 50 percent of all traumatic brain injuries in the intensive care unit at the Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre (KCMC) in Moshi, Tanzania, involve alcohol (Kaino ...
    • Allocating Irrigation Water in Egypt 

      Gersfelt, Birgitte (CUL Initiatives in Publishing (CIP), 2007)
      Agricultural production in Egypt is virtually fully dependent on irrigation. Egypt gets more than 95 percent of its annual renewable water resources from the Nile, and the construction of the High Aswan Dam, which was ...
    • Anna Thalacker-Mercer Faculty Bio 

      Thalacker-Mercer, Anna (2015-05-01)
    • Barbara Strupp Faculty Bio 

      Strupp, Barbara (2015-05-01)
    • Biodiesel and India's Rural Economy 

      Rhoads, James (CUL Initiatives in Publishing (CIP), 2007)
      With annual economic growth rates of more than 7 percent and a population of well over a billion, India has a huge amount of global clout, both economically and environmentally. Although this recent economic growth has ...
    • Biofortification as a Vitamin A Deficiency Intervention in Kenya 

      Mwaniki, Angela (CUL Initiatives in Publishing (CIP), 2007)
      Vitamin A deficiency is a serious global nutritional problem that particularly affects preschool-age children. Current efforts to combat micronutrient malnutrition in the developing world focus on providing vitamin and ...
    • Biofortification in a Food Chain Approach in West Africa 

      Slingerland, Maja (CUL Initiatives in Publishing (CIP), 2007)
      About 800 million people suffer from hunger, but even more suffer from micronutrient malnutrition, also called “hidden hunger.” Iodine, vitamin A, iron, and zinc malnutrition are major concerns. About 2 billion people, ...
    • Biography: Andre Bensadoun 

      Bensadoun, Andre (College of Human Ecology, 2009)
      Biography of Andre Bensadoun, Professor Emeritus, Division of Nutritional Sciences
    • Biography: Andre Bensadoun 

      Bensadoun, Andre (2011)
    • Biography: Ardyth Gillespie 

      Gillespie, Ardyth (2011)
    • Biography: Ardyth Gillespie 

      Gillespie, Ardyth (College of Human Ecology, 2009)
      Biography of Ardyth Gillespie, Associate Professor, Division of Nutritional Sciences
    • Biography: Barbara Strupp 

      Strupp, Barbara (College of Human Ecology, 2009)
      Biography of Barbara Strupp, Professor, Division of Nutritional Sciences
    • Biography: Barbara Strupp 

      Strupp, Barbara (2011)
    • Biography: Carol Devine 

      Devine, Carol (2011)
    • Biography: Carole Bisogni 

      Bisogni, Carole (College of Human Ecology, 2009)
      Biography of Carole Bisogni, Professor, Division of Nutritional Sciences
    • Biography: Carole Bisogni 

      Bisogni, Carole (2011)
    • Biography: Carole Devine 

      Devine, Carole (College of Human Ecology, 2009)
      Biography of Carole Devine, Associate Professor, Division of Nutritional Sciences
    • Biography: Charles McCormick 

      McCormick, Charles (College of Human Ecology, 2009)
      Biography of Charles McCormick, Associate Professor, Division of Nutritional Sciences
    • Biography: Charles McCormick 

      McCormick, Charles (2011)