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Title: Post Harvest Food Losses – The Neglected Dimension in Increasing the World Food Supply
Other Titles: Cornell International Agriculture Mimeograph 53
Authors: Bourne, Malcolm
Keywords: NYSAES
New York State Agricultural Experiment Station
Food
Harvest
Preservation
Nutrition
Consumer
Farm
Agriculture
Storage
Issue Date: Apr-1977
Publisher: New York State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Cornell University
Abstract: This paper outlines the nature of the problem of post harvest food losses, discusses the causes of loss, what is known of the extent of losses and where losses occur. It describes briefly the available techniques for preserving food and identifies those techniques that offer the greatest promise for increasing the available food supply in developing countries.
Description: Publication digitized and posted online at the request of the author.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1813/28900
Appears in Collections:Miscellaneous Agriculture and Life Sciences Publications

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