Established in 1978, the Food and Nutrition Bulletin (FNB) is a peer-reviewed journal published quarterly by the Nevin Scrimshaw International Nutrition Foundation.

The focus of the journal is to highlight original scientific articles on nutrition research, policy analyses, and state-of-the-art summaries relating to multidisciplinary efforts to alleviate the problems of hunger and malnutrition in the developing world.

Food and Nutrition Bulletin's 2012 Impact Factor: 2.106

Publisher: Nevin Scrimshaw International Nutrition Foundation

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Volume 21, Number 4, December 2000
Special Issue on Improving Human Nutrition Through Agriculture: Based on the meeting on Improving Human Nutrition Through Agriculture: The Role of International Agricultural Research, held at the International Rice Research Institute in Los Baños, Philippines, 5-7 October 1999. Guest Editor: Howarth E. Bouis

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Open Access Foreword
pp. 351-351(1)
Author: Scrimshaw, Nevin S.

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Open Access Breeding for trace mineral density in rice
pp. 382-386(5)
Authors: Gregorio, Glenn B.; Senadhira, Dharmawansa; Htut, H.; Graham, Robin D.

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Open Access Research on trace minerals in the common bean
pp. 387-391(5)
Authors: Beebe, Stephen; Gonzalez, Alma Viviana; Rengifo, Judith

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Open Access Breeding for trace minerals in wheat
pp. 392-396(5)
Authors: Monasterio, Ivan; Graham, Robin D.

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Open Access The potential for increasing the iron and zinc density of maize through plant-breeding
pp. 397-400(4)
Authors: Bänziger, Marianne; Long, Jennifer

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Open Access Zinc and iron concentrations in seeds of wild, primitive, and modern wheats
pp. 401-403(3)
Authors: Cakmak, I.; Ozkan, H.; Braun, H. J.; Welch, R. M.; Romheld, V.

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Open Access Carotenoids in staple foods: Their potential to improve human nutrition
pp. 404-409(6)
Authors: Graham, Robin D.; Rosser, Julia M.

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Open Access Iron, carotene, and ascorbic acid in cassava roots and leaves
pp. 410-413(4)
Authors: Chavez, A.L.; Bedoya, J. M.; Sánchez, T.; Iglesias, C.; Ceballos, H.; Roca, W.

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Open Access Potential of orange-fleshed sweet potatoes for raising vitamin A intake in Africa
pp. 414-418(5)
Authors: Hagenimana, Vital; Low, Jan

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Open Access Genetic variation in total carotene, iron, and zinc contents of maize and cassava genotypes
pp. 419-422(4)
Authors: Maziya-Dixon, B.; Kling, J. G.; Menkir, A.; Dixon, A.

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Open Access Low-phytic-acid grains
pp. 423-427(5)
Author: Raboy, Victor

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Open Access Testing iron and zinc bioavailability in genetically enriched beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) and rice (Oryza sativa L.) in a rat model
pp. 428-433(6)
Authors: Welch, Ross M.; House, William A.; Beebe, Steven; Senadhira, Dharmawansa; Gregorio, Glenn B.; Cheng, Z.

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Open Access Measuring iron and zinc bioavailability in humans
pp. 434-439(6)
Authors: King, Janet C.; Donangelo, Carmen M.; Woodhouse, Leslie R.; Mertz, Sarah D.; Shames, David M.; Viteri, Fernando E.; Cheng, Z.; Welch, Ross M.

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Open Access A human feeding trial of iron-enhanced rice
pp. 440-444(5)
Authors: Haas, Jere D.; Mundo, Angelita del M.; Beard, John L.

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Open Access The quality protein maize story
pp. 445-450(6)
Author: Vasal, S. K.

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Open Access Application of biotechnology to improving the nutritional quality of rice
pp. 451-456(6)
Authors: Datta, Swapan; Bouis, Howarth E.

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Open Access Biotechnology and agriculture in today's world
pp. 457-459(3)
Author: Phillips, Ronald L.

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Open Access Household-level economic and nutritional impacts of market-oriented dairy production in the Ethiopian highlands
pp. 460-465(6)
Authors: Ahmed, Mohamed M.; Jabbar, Mohammed; Ehui, Simeon

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Open Access Improving the nutritional quality and yield potential of grasspea (Lathyrus sativus L.)
pp. 493-496(4)
Authors: Abd El-Moneim, Ali M.; van Dorrestein, B.; Baum, M.; Mulugeta, W.

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Open Access Diversity for food security: Improving human nutrition through better evaluation, management, and use of plant genetic resources
pp. 497-502(6)
Authors: Fassil, Hareya; Guarino, L.; Sharrock, S.; BhagMal; Hodgkin, T.; Iwanaga, M.

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Open Access The Philippine Plan of Action for Nutrition: An overview
pp. 507-511(5)
Author: Barba, Corazon

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Open Access The Philippine micronutrient supplementation programme
pp. 512-514(3)
Author: dela Cuadra, Alex C.

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Open Access Micronutrient interventions: Options for Africa
pp. 532-537(6)
Author: Smith, Ifeyironwa Francisca

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Open Access Micronutrient policies for agriculture in Latin America
pp. 538-541(4)
Author: Bressani, Ricardo

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Open Access Agriculture for consumers: Experiences from Norway
pp. 542-546(5)
Author: Eide, Wenche Barth

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Open Access Agriculture–nutrition linkages and the US Department of Agriculture: A global view
pp. 547-549(3)
Authors: Schneeman, Barbara O.; Kennedy, Eileen

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Open Access Erratum
pp. 567-567(1)

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Open Access Full Issue
pp. 347-583(237)

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