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Processed complementary food in the World Food Programme

Author: Dijkhuizen P. Summary in FEX 11
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Dijkhuizen. P (2000): Processed complementary foods in the World Food Programme. Food and Nutrition Bulletin, vol 21, no 1 pp 62-64.

Summary of paper in Field Exchange 11, 2000. Local Production of Processed complementary food: World Food Programme experience - Summary of pub'd work. www.micronutrient.org/_idpas/pdf/4053localproductionofprocessed.htm

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