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close this bookCulture, Environment, and Food to Prevent Vitamin A Deficiency (International Nutrition Foundation for Developing Countries - INFDC, 1997, 208 pages)
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Harriet V. Kuhnlein and Gretel H. Pelto
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INFDC ISBN 0-9635522-7-9
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Cover Photography (clockwise from top left:): Preparing the staple porridge in Filingué, Niger; Buying leafy vegetables from a street vendor in China; Sweet potato vines commonly eaten by Aetas, in Philippines; Key-informant interview in progress in Chamis, Peru; Pile sort using actual foods in Sheriguda, India.

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