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close this bookFood Chain No. 21 - July 1997 (ITDG, 1997, 20 p.)
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(introduction...)

July 1997

A journal about small-scale food processing

INTERMEDIATE TECHNOLOGY

Intermediate Technology enables poor people in the Third World to develop and use technologies and methods which give them more control over their lives and which contribute to the long-term development of their communities.

Contributions on all food processing related matters are invited for future issues of Food Chain.

No. 22 November 1997
No. 23 March 1998
No. 24 July 1998

ADDRESS

Intermediate Technology,
Myson House, Railway Terrace,
Rugby, CV21 3HT, UK.
Tel: 01788 560631 Fax: 017X8 540270
E-mail: annw@itdg.org.uk
http://www.oneworld.org/itdg

Food Chain is part funded by the UK DFID.

We are also grateful to the family and friends of Lady Elizabeth Lee, a valued supporter of Intermediate Technology, for the donations in her memory which helped to make the production of this publication possible.

Editor/Production Manager: Ann Watts Technical Editor: Barrie Axtell Typeset by My Word! and printed by Neil Terry Printing on environmentally friendly paper.

Intermediate Technology Development Group Ltd.
Company Reg. No. 871954, England. Reg. Charity No. 247257
ISSN 0964-5810