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View the document Simple methods of quality assurance
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View the document Food preservation by the Turkana people.
View the document Ayib (traditional cheese)

Food chain - Number 19 - November 1996

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. 20 March 1997

No. 21 July 1997

No. 22 November 1997

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Food Chain is funded by the UK Overseas Development Administration. 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.

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ISSN 0964-5810