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TIDE: A Four Factor Model for Enhancing the Classification of Food Security

This article will simplify the classification of food insecurity. It will also serve to create a practical way for administrators to evaluate program effectiveness.

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Published online: May 3, 2016

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Overcoming the “Ick” Factor: An Exploratory Study on Techniques to Overcome Consumer Barriers for a Nutrition Bar which Contains Cricket Flour

We explore how to introduce insects into the diet of Western countries. Two approaches are considered: using cricket flour as an additive; and minimizing reference to insects prior to sampling.

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Published online: April 8, 2016

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Human Encounters with Workplace Food

This study uses ethnographic information to explore human encounters with workplace food and the essence of such encounters in order to connect workplace food with broader theoretical concepts.

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Published online: April 8, 2016

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Debunking Modern Olive Oil Myths: A Consumer Advocate’s Perspective

Modern olive oil production practices, misleading terminology and regulations and how they affect polyphenol levels, storage, flavour and increased costs are examined and contrasted against traditional practices.

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Published online: March 3, 2016

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The Milan Protocol: Challenges and Promises for a Better Future

In this paper, we will present the results obtained with the Milan Protocol - Call to Action Initiative (2014).

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Published online: March 3, 2016

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Coffee Made Cuckolds and Eunuchs: Interaction with an Ottoman Drink in Seventeenth-century English Society

The controversies surrounding the emergence of Ottoman-imported coffee-drinking culture in seventeenth-century England were intimately connected, constrained, and enabled by the prevalent anxieties about manhood and masculine sexuality in English society.

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Published online: January 22, 2016

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Saving the World with Organic Agriculture: Grassroots Permaculture Education in Myanmar (Burma)

Agrarian communities in Myanmar are suffering from environmental and food insecurity issues. A grassroots organisation, NEED-Myanmar, has established an eco-farm and school and is teaching permaculture to Burmese nationals.

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Published online: December 7, 2015

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Sustainable Household Food Security in Moiben, Uasin Gishu County, Kenya

We discuss the challenges and opportunities faced by small-scale farmers in sustaining food security.

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Published online: December 7, 2015

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Evaluating the Effectiveness of Creating Digital Stories in a College Classroom to Promote a Healthy Food System

Students in a industrialized food studies class collaborated to create and disseminate a digital story that advocated for sustainable, local food systems. The effectiveness of the projects is evaluated.

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Published online: December 7, 2015

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A Study of School Meals: How Cafeteria Culture and Role Models Shape the Eating Habits of Students

This study investigated the school lunch program in the United Kingdom to gain an understanding of the attitudes and beliefs surrounding school meals and the realities of student food patterns.

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Published online: October 22, 2015

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