Criteria of Food Acceptance: How Man Chooses what He Eats
Jürg Solms, R. L. Hall
Forster Verlag, 1981 - Food habits - 461 pages
Nutritional aspects. Psychological criteria. Food patterns, food attitudes and legilation. Sensory aspects. Topics in physiology and chemistry. Aspects of technology and statistics.
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