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CTA. 1991. Useful Periodicals. Spore 33. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Food chain is a new journal produced by Intermediate Technology about small-scale processing. It aims to provide practical information ideas and experiences useful for small-scale food processors. Information on production techniques, packaging,...
Food chain is a new journal produced by Intermediate Technology about small-scale processing. It aims to provide practical information ideas and experiences useful for small-scale food processors. Information on production techniques, packaging, equipment, marketing and training will form the basis of future uses and contributions on these subjects would be welcome. Subjects covered in the current issue include: cassava - processing a neglected root; making sweet-meats using soy; fish smoking: testing technologies; small-scale equipment and how to make Murukku (a rice or bean flour snack popular in Sri Lanka). Food chain will be published in March, August and November. The subscription price for 3 issues is UKL9.00. Intermediate Technology, Myson House Railway Terrace, Rugby CV21 3HT, UK Intermediate Technology Publications has launched Small enterprise development, an international journal for those involved in the design and administration of small enterprise programmes in the developing world, such as international agencies, technical cooperation specialists, those responsible for small enterprise credit programmes in banks and similar agencies, and those involved in research, education and training in these areas. The journal, which is bound in book form, is published quarterly and contains detailed articles reporting original research; important field research; significant new developments; review of books and other material; announcements of conferences and seminars and news from developing agencies. IT Publications 103-105 Southampton Row, London WC1B 4HH, UK Two years ago, FAO ceased publication of their bulletin Ideas and Action. The decision provoked hundreds of letters of protest and so a number of readers and supporters joined with members of the former Ideas and Action team to fill the gap. From the ashes has arisen Fenix (Phoenix) and a pilot issue, of what is hoped will be a regular publication, was brought out in 1990. The emphasis of the publication is on ordinary men and women, on group and community self-learning and action. Fenix is being distributed in English, French and Spanish.