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  • My memories of food at school are many, starting with cafeteria lunch provided after we presented our green lunch token and without discussion of choices or options. Everyone had a lunch token, so no one knew that there was a free or reduced-price lunch and no one went off campus for lunch unless you lived in the neighborhood. Bigger or maybe hungrier students got larger portions. A few students brought lunch in cool lunch boxes, and we envied what was assumed to be a better lunch.

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  • Support the development of the functional food industry in Ireland. Create a new, internationally-competitive, interdisciplinary, industry-focused research centre developing skills and technologies that will lead to new products, processes and services. Develop research programmes that are jointly formulated and implemented by the participating academic and industrial partners with a view to providing the best solutions to the medium and long term issues facing industry in Ireland.

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  • Fast food chains like McDonald’s, Burger King, and Wendy’s operate all over the United States. Therefore the market for fast food is a national market. This statement is false. People generally buy fast food within their current location and do not travel large distances across the United States just to buy a cheaper fast food meal. Given there is little potential for arbitrage between fast food restaurants that are located some distance from each other, there are likely to be multiple fast food markets across the country....

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  • The concern I want to raise in this chapter is related to the relationship between indigenous identities, knowledge systems and indigenous values and world views compared to world views found in South Africa’s new curricula after new dispensation. What are the values the indigenous pupils meet at home? Do they concur with those of the new curricula after 1994? The rationale for this focus is related to the question of whether the South African primary school is ‘their school’, i.e the school for the majority of South African children in terms of culture and knowledge....

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  • Fast food chains like McDonald’s, Burger King, and Wendy’s operate all over the United States. Therefore the market for fast food is a national market. This statement is false. People generally buy fast food within their current location and do not travel large distances across the United States just to buy a cheaper fast food meal. Given there is little potential for arbitrage between fast food restaurants that are located some distance from each other, there are likely to be multiple fast food markets across the country....

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  • Tham khảo luận văn - đề án 'báo cáo khoa học nông nghiệp " developing a strategy for enhancing the competitiveness of rural small and medium enterprises in the agro-food chain: the case of animal feed "', luận văn - báo cáo phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • As in many countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, the majority of poor smallholders in Malawi are left out of the agricultural extension and credit systems. These households, characterized by landholdings of less than 1 hectare and very low crop yields, are unable to grow enough food to feed themselves even though they focus much effort on producing food crops, especially maize.

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  • In the last decade, there has been increased recognition of the importance of addressing noncommunicable diseases (NCDs). The Global Strategy on Diet, Physical Activity and Health (2) and the subsequent 2008–2013 Action Plan for the Global Strategy for the Prevention and Control of Noncommunicable Diseases (3) set out a strategy to tackle NCDs. Highlighting the importance of addressing food marketing to children was part of this plan.

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  • Product evaluation is an important part of brewing, whether performed informally or formally and whether the product is from a commercial or home brewery. Formal beer evaluation serves three primary purposes in the context of brewing competitions. First, the beer evaluations provide feedback to the brewer concerning how well an individual recipe represents its intended beer style. This feedback can be useful as recipes are fine-tuned and attempts are made to improve the beer. Second, beer evaluations may provide brewers with troubleshooting advice.

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  • The study provides a comprehensive picture of the animal feed sector in Vietnam (both supply and demand side) upon data collected from 2 main surveys: feed mill survey investigating the supply side and producer survey investigating the demand side. The results show that, on the supply side, SMEs appear to have less competitiveness than large ones. That is reflected in some aspects such as higher production costs per kg output, using more labor, limited quality control, limited access to capital and land, and many small enterprises have losses.

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  • The direction of science is often driven by methodological progress, and the topic of this book is no exception. I remember sitting with a visitor on the terrace of a hotel overlooking Lake Constance in the early 1970s. We were discussing the gravimetric method of measuring total lipids in zooplankton. A few years later, as a visitor in Clyde E. Goulden’s lab, I was greatly impressed by the ability of an instrument called an Iatroscan to discriminate and quantify specific lipid classes (e.g., triacylglycerols, polar lipids, wax esters).

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  • The climate in south Western Australia is predominately Mediterranean and as a result the winter rainfall provides for grass growth in the months of June through to November. However, there is a resulting shortfall in grass growth for the remaining months of the year which must be addressed. This is particularly significant for dairy farming as the grass growth is not adequate to feed a cow for her entire lactation. Alternatives such as irrigated pasture are limited due to competition for scarce urban water supplies and the increasing energy costs of pumping water.

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  • Institute Information Developing a strategy for enhancing the Project Name competitiveness of rural small and medium enterprises in the agro-food chain: the case of animal feed Institute of Policy and Strategy for Vietnamese Institution Agriculture and Rural Development Vietnamese

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  • Today’s customer-focused, market-driven company cannot afford to miss the fact that many customers prefer environmentally friendly products given a similar cost. Again, it is easy to see that creating and sustaining competitive advantage is still a matter of “better, cheaper, faster.” The Internet has made customers more informed about every aspect of a product, including its potential environmental harms. Companies that can meet these environmental needs will be the winners.

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  • The U.S. food and agricultural sector is undergoing rapid change in production, distribution, and consumption of food and fiber, and in technology. There have been dramatic increases in production and marketing coordination, market contracting, concentration of agricultural output by fewer and fewer operations, and consolidation of agricultural operations. These increases are manifested in significant long- and short-term changes in farm size, number, distribution, and location.

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  • The second argument is related to proprietary information and specific human capital. By concentrating ownership, decision rights can be given to individuals who possess specific knowledge (Jensen and Meckling, 1992; Christie, Joye, and Watts, 1993). One benefit of co-locating decision rights with specific knowledge is that the leakage of the specific knowledge to competitors is prevented and the transferring cost of the specific knowledge is avoided. This benefit is great in East Asia where political lobbying activities are common and lucrative.

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  • The move to the Piers also allows us to expand our entry to more than 2,700 dogs, the largest entry in 15 years. This makes the show more competitive – as if it wasn’t enough so already – and makes it more fun for more exhibitors and for the spectators, too. We have also added competition in the classes for the opportunity to win points towards an AKC conformation championship; the chance to win Grand Championship points for Select Dog and Select Bitch; and the addition of the Reserve Best In Show award. So again, welcome to Westminster 2013. There are...

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  • Firms operating in the television industry lie at the interface between two markets. In the first one, they sell their audience and part of their broad- casting time to advertising companies (the advertising market). In the second they compete for increasing the size of their audiences by proposing attrac- tive program-mixes to TV-viewers (the audience market). Two major links make these markets tightly interrelated.

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  • Supplementing aids can be paid for liquid skimmed milk used in the manufacture of casein and in feeding. They can also be approved for SMP employed in feedstuff, making it more competitive compared to vegetable proteins. The subsidy rate granted takes into account market conditions, e.g. it was reduced to zero in October 2006, as EU market prices for milk protein became exceptionally high. In general, comparable aids are provided for the use of cream, butter and concentrated butter.

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  • Public media face increasing competition from commercial channels, which in turn see public media’s access to both public funds and advertising (in some cases), as well as unfettered access to the Internet, as unfair competition.

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