New booklets 2
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CTA. 1993. New booklets 2. Spore 46. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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New bookletsFinancial support from CTA has enabled the production of four useful handbooks. Making safe food is an elementary guide to safe food handling and packaging for small-scale producers. Producers of food have to pay particular attention to...
New booklets Financial support from CTA has enabled the production of four useful handbooks. Making safe food is an elementary guide to safe food handling and packaging for small-scale producers. Producers of food have to pay particular attention to hygiene and quality control through all stages of production, storage and distribution. This booklet consists of regulations relating to five aspects of food production which are interpreted by means of simple illustrations with simple captions covering the areas of: the building used to produce foods; the equipment used for processing; the personal hygiene of food handlers; the processing methods, packaging and labelling; and the storage and distribution of the processed food. Each section starts with a detailed outline which the illustrations then highlight. The booklet is intended for use by extension workers and trainers in food processing. A selection of twelve illustrations from the booklet are also available as full-colourposters which serve as training materials or reminders of good practices. Making safe food by Peter Fellows and Vishaka Hidellage 41pp Pbk ITDG, Myson House, Railway Terrace Rugby CV21 3HT, UK Dairying in the Caribbean concerns one of the new areas of agricultural activity in the region. Developments in the areas of breeding and nutrition, with the aim of increased milk production, have generated a substantial amount of documentation on dairying. Recognizing this, the Caribbean Agricultural Research and Development Institute (CARDI) has produced a bibliography which is a comprehensive study of the dairying sector in the Caribbean. In it CARDI has attempted to bring together all the available reports, research findings and other literature on dairy production in the region. Dairying in the Caribbean compiled by Mrs Sonia Manjoo and Ms Sharon Premchand produced by CARDI, St Augustine Campus University of the West Indies, St Augustine TRINIDAD Extension strategies for the control of the larger grain borer is a collection of discussion papers given at a meeting which was held at CTA in collaboration with the Natural Resources Institute (NRI) in October 1991. The papers focus on the larger grain borer in Africa; its present geographical status, and its possible future spread; implications for the farmer; and trapping and monitoring of LGB in Tanzania. Extension strategies for the control of the larger grain borer 1992 19pp ISBN 92 9081 092 0 published by CTA Traditional bee management as a basis for beekeeping development in the tropics was the subject of a meeting held under the auspices of the Netherlands Expertise Centre for Tropical Apicultural Resources (NECTAR). Experiences of traditional beekeeping in Africa, Asia and Latin America are discussed. Traditional bee management as a basis fat beekeeping development in the tropics edited by Jacob Kall, Hayo Velthuis, Frans Jongeleen and Joop Beetsma 1992 87pp ISBN 90 801204 1 3 Pbk NECTAR, PO Box 141, 6720 AC Bennekom THE NETHERLANDS
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