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The Meaning of Dining: The Social Organization of Food in Long-term Care

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Determination of the Specificity and Sensitivity of a Novel Rapid Bacteria Test for Detecting Indicator Organisms in Water Samples

Water quality is important to prevent waterborne and foodborne disease. We evaluated a rapid antibody-based test for detecting bacteria that shows the method can indicate poor microbial quality in water.

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Food Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal , Volume 4, Issue 1, January 2015

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Tackling "Wicked" Food Issues: Applying the Wicked Problems Approach in Higher Education to Promote Healthy Eating Habits in American School Children

Applying Wicked Problem scholarship and an interdisciplinary system's approach, university students – working with local stakeholders – tackled the task of promoting healthy eating habits in American school children.

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Published online: January 14, 2015

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Food, Memories and Pleasure: Grandmother's Practices

The topic of this paper is the traditional dietary practices throughout the year in a village in Cyprus.

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Tradition and Modernity: Industrial Food, Women, and Visual Culture in 1950s and 1960s Italy

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The Use of High Temperature Water Treatment for Disinfestation of Fruit Flies from Guava

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Published online: November 22, 2014

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The Transfer of Agricultural Technology to Alleviate Food Insecurity in Western Kenya

Meeting food security needs requires increases in food production and the quality of food consumed. Technology creation, innovation and adoption is therefore important to achieve this.

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Published online: November 22, 2014

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Thick Food: Risk-Sharing Network for Post-Fukushima Regional Planning

The 2011 earthquake in Japan revealed that post-war regional planning had concentrated the environmental, socio-economic and political risks in Tohoku. A housewives’ co-op is closing the gaps through food systems.

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Published online: November 22, 2014

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The Taro Plant and Pacific Islander Health: Returning to the Wisdom of the Elders

For Pacific Islanders, Taro plants are a vital component of traditional, healthy diet, disease prevention, and cultural heritage. Importance of Taro and implications for practice and research are discussed.

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Published online: November 22, 2014

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