The aim of this publication is to provide the interested reader with an authoritative and comprehensive up-to-date bibliography on all important facets of the world food problem, encompassing such questions as the availability of natural reseources, the present and future sources of energy, environmental quality, population growth, world malnutrition, the state of food production, food consumption patterns, future food needs, toxicological aspects of food, agricultural and industrial aspects of food production, and family planning. It is the first compilation of its kind in that it covers the subject from a multidisciplinary point of view, including publications that deal with teh description and alaysis of the world food problem as well as those that offer alternative strategies adn specific technological meaures for alleviating the problem.
Table of Contents
1. General References 2. The State of World Food and Nutrition 3. The World Food Problem: Possible Solutions 4. Natural Resources and Management 5. Crop Production 6. Animal Production 7. Reducing Food Waste 8. Unconventional Sources of Food 9. Improving Nutritional Quality of Food 10. Food Hazards and Food Safety 11. Manufactured and Biological Inputs for Agriculture 12. Food Aid 13. Food Marketing and Distribution 14. Food Habits 15. Nutrition, National Development and Planning 16. Family Planning and Population Control