Nutrition & Food Science: Volume 31 Issue 1


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A nutrition open‐ learning pack for practising midwives

Diane Barrowclough, Fiona Ford

Many practising midwives feel neither confident nor competent to answer the nutritional concerns of pregnant women in their care. This study was designed to develop and evaluate a…

Food safety behaviour in butchers’ shops

Denise Worsfold

An evaluation of staff food safety behaviour in 91 butchers’ shops was conducted using direct observation and questionnaires. The investigation focused on behaviour that could…


What is the future for GM foods in the UK?

Miche`le Sadler

An Institute of Grocery Distribution (IGD) industry workshop to explore possible future scenarios for GM foods concluded that, from the current market rejection of GM soya, any…


Aspartame: in perspective

John Caseley, Wendy Dixon

Following recent reports in the press and similar ones appearing on the Internet speculating about the safety of aspartame, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) whose remit includes…


Integrated software for hygiene management

Dave Maher

Describes the first fully integrated software program for hygiene management for food processors; a look at the company which developed it; the reasons behind its development; and…


Dietary assessment of five male sports teams in Greece

Maria Hassapidou

Healthy and suitable nutrition plays an important role in the athletic performance providing the long‐term needs of training and the short‐term needs of competition. In Greece…


Northern Ethiopia: what’s on the menu?

Anna Barnett

Drought has been such a common occurrence in Ethiopia in the last 200 years that not only have wild foods become a significant part of the daily diet, but they have also impacted…

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