Food Processing By Rural Families

Author: Asian and Pacific Council. Food & Fertilizer Technology Center
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proceedings of the Seminar on Food Processing by Rural Families, 20-22 May
1985, PCARRD, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines Asian and Pacific Council.
Food & Fertilizer Technology Center, Philippine Council for Agriculture and
Resources Research and Development, University of the Philippines at Los
Baños. Institute of Food Science and Technology. incentive to process them.
Similarly, high volume but low value products hardly justify investment for further
processing, other ...

Challenges For Rural America In The Twenty First Century

Author: David L. Brown
Publisher: Penn State Press
ISBN: 9780271046624
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Despite these added challenges, rural families in general continue to believe in
the ideals and benefits of a rural way of life. Yet while rural families persist at "
working hard and making do," fewer and fewer are able to do so in ways that
have been traditionally valued (Nelson and Smith 1999). Even the most
fundamental family acts of putting food on the table, keeping a roof overhead,
and, in particular, caring for and effectively socializing children have been altered
and now take new ...

History Of Soybeans And Soyfoods In Southeast Asia 13th Century To 2010

Author: William Shurtleff, Akiko Aoyagi
Publisher: Soyinfo Center
ISBN: 1928914306
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Food Processing by Rural Families: Proceedings of the Seminar on Food
Processing by Rural Families, 20-22 May 1985, PCARRD, Los Banos, Laguna,
Philippines. Laguna: Philippine Agriculture and Resources Research Foundation
, Inc. vi + 242 p. See p. 187-204. [24 ref]* • Summary: The co-publisher was the
Food & Fertilizer Technology Center for the Asian & Pacific Region, China. 2271.
Pengembangan produksi kedelai [The development of soybean production].
1986. Jakarta: ...

Indigenous African Knowledge Production

Author: Njoki Nathani Wane
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1442648147
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Using personal narratives collected during several years of field research in Kenya, Wane demonstrates how Embu women use proverbs, fables, and folktales to preserve and communicate their world-view, knowledge, and cultural norms.

Rural Roads To Security

Author: L.G. Ligutti
Publisher: Рипол Классик
ISBN: 5876867365
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In this modern homesteading there is also a place for part-time family farming on
smaller farms, ranging from five to ten acres, providing some ownership and
security and subsistence for many low-income industrial families. The Return to
the “Homestead” ... but rather a gain in both. These farmers are discovering that
electricity with its efficient operation of many family-unit machines makes food
processing for family consumption not only a highly profitable work but also a
pleasant task.

Economic Restructuring And Family Well Being In Rural America

Author: Kristin E. Smith
Publisher: Penn State Press
ISBN: 027104862X
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But rural families are also changing through population succession; the massive
influx of Hispanic families in rural communities, especially in the Midwest and
South, has offset declines among white families (Johnson and Lichter 2010). The
rural economy and workforce are more diverse than ever. The new rural influx of
Hispanics, many of whom are immigrants, reflects a fundamental transformation
of America's food system from agriculture to food processing and distribution and
the ...

Green Food

Author: Dustin Mulvaney
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1412996805
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Proponents of autonomous family farms that are not dependent on the modern
vertically integrated food system insist that autonomous farms are more secure
against widespread intentional and accidental food hazards. They contend that
family farms vitalize rural economies by the local recycling of wealth, by
significantly contributing to stable social systems in rural areas, and by protecting
against not only the monopolization of food processing but also potentially
exploitative land ...