On the Human Right to Healthy Food

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The Origins of Modern Food Technology

The overreaching aims of the modern food industry can be generalized as extending the shelf-life of foods using preservation techniques, enhancing the palatability of foods, providing adequate nutrients, and generating profits for both the company and shareholders. In order to reach these aims and evolve over time, much of the technology used by the food industry…

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Bryan Quoc Le, PhD

Bryan Quoc Le, PhD

Author of 150 Food Science Questions Answered | amzn.com/1646118332 | bryanquocle.com

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