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Responsible Fast Food Consumption in Urban Ghana: Predicting Consumers’ Intention to Adopt Loyalty or Exit Strategies

This study examines the factors that determine consumers' intention to adopt a loyalty or an exit strategy toward fast food consumption in urban Ghana.

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Religious Food Taboo as a Cause of Reciprocal Hospitality between Orthodox Christians and Muslims in Ethiopia

This paper discusses how food contexts, particularly wedding feasts, function as converging and diverging zones where Christians and Muslims in Ethiopia negotiate their religious identities through food (taboo).

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Knowledge and Attitude of Nutrition Label Use among People with Type II Diabetes Mellitus in Hong Kong

Education level of the subjects is positively correlated with the scores of nutrition knowledge. Knowledge is strongly correlated with the frequent use of nutrition label.

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Effective Strategies Adopted by Migrants to Improve Food Security in Tasmania

This study introduces a list of effective strategies adopted by migrants to improve their food security in Tasmania which may offer directions for food security policy.

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Food Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal , Volume 4, Issue 3-4, March 2015

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The Anti-dysentery Properties of Theobroma Cacao L

The active compounds isolated from cocoa bean showed a potential to be used as an alternative of antibiotic in the dysentery (shigellosis) treatment.

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"Good" Food as Family Medicine: Problems of Dualist and Absolutist Approaches to "Healthy" Family Foodways

A commitment to healthy foodways is a means of demonstrating responsible individualism and self-care. What are the consequences for maternal identity when forced to feed the family "unhealthy" food?

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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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