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    • Biotechnology in Agriculture: risks and opportunities for the rural poor in Semi-Arid-Tropics 

      Aremu, Bukola Rhoda; Omotayo, Abiodun Olusola; Babalola, Olubukola Oluranti (Kamla-Raj, 2016)
      In spite of the fact that neediness and nourishment frailty give off an impression of being developed in urban areas as urbanization continues a pace in a large portion of the developing nations, almost seventy percent of ...
    • Food and nutrition labelling: the past, present and the way forward 

      Koen, N.; Wentzel-Viljoen, E.; Blaauw, R. (Medpharm Publications, 2016)
      Current global mortality from noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) remains unacceptably high and is increasing. A major reduction in the burden of NCDs should come from population-wide interventions, including the promotion ...
    • Organochlorine pesticide contamination of foods in Africa: incidence and public health significance 

      Thompson, Lesa A.; Ikenaka, Yoshinori; Darwish, Wageh Sobhy; Nakayama, Shouta M.M.; Mizukawa, Hazuki (Japanese Society of Veterinary Science, 2017)
      Organochlorine pesticides (OCPs) have been used worldwide, particularly in Africa, for several decades. Although many are banned, several African countries still use OCPs especially for the prevention and control of malaria. ...
    • South Africa's salt reduction strategy: are we on track, and what lies ahead? 

      Webster, J.; Wentzel-Viljoen, E.; Crickmore, C.; Charlton, K.; Steyn, K. (HMPG (Health and Medical Publishing Group), 2017)
      On 2 September 2016, 25 local and international participants from various sectors met in Cape Town to take stock of South Africa (SA)’s progress in salt reduction and develop a roadmap for action. SA is centre stage on ...
    • A thematic analysis of children's food commercials on Nigerian TV stations 

      Oyero, Olusola Samuel; Salawu, Abiodun Sakiru (KRE Publishers, 2014)
      The prevalence of diseases affecting children necessitates investigation into whether attitudes and behaviours portrayed in food advertising are influencing children’s diets. Television food commercials ...