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 22, Number 4, December 2001
Special Issue on Long-Term Food-Based Approaches Toward Eliminating Vitamin A Deficiency in Africa

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Open Access Editors' preface
pp. 351-351(1)
Authors: Underwood, Barbara A.; Scrimshaw, Nevin S.

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Open Access An integrated primary health-care and provitamin A household food-production program: Impact on food-consumption patterns
pp. 370-375(6)
Authors: Faber, Mieke; Venter, S.; Phungula, M. A. S.; Benadé, A. J. S.

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Open Access Enhancing vitamin A intake in young children in western Kenya: Orange-fleshed sweet potatoes and women farmers can serve as key entry points
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Authors: Hagenimana, Vital; Low, Jan; Anyango, Mary; Kurz, Kathleen; Gichuki, Simon T.; Kabira, Jackson

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Open Access Marketing of red palm oil as a food source of vitamin A in Burkina Faso: A pilot project involving women's groups
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Authors: Delisle, Hélène; Zagré, Noël; Ouedraogo, Virginie

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Open Access Reducing subclinical vitamin A deficiency through women's adoption of appropriate technologies in Tanzania
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Authors: Mulokozi, Generose; Mselle, Laurent; Mugyabuso, Joseph; Johnson-Welch, Charlotte

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Open Access Food fortification with vitamin A: The potential for contributing to the elimination of vitamin A deficiency in Africa
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Open Access Sugar fortification in Zambia
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Open Access Fortification of common Nigerian food-cassava meals
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Open Access Food-fortification program in Morocco
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Authors: Mokhtar, Najat; Belhadj, Houda; Kress, Daniel; Zerrari, Abdelouahed; Chaouki, Noureddine; Aguenaou, Hassan

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Open Access Food-based strategies: Can they play a role in international development?
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Open Access Enhancing women's contributions to improving family food consumption and nutrition
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Authors: Kurz, Kathleen M.; Johnson-Welch, Charlotte

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Open Access Nutrition communication using social-marketing techniques to combat vitamin A deficiency: Results of summative evaluation
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Authors: Nayak, M. Uma; Vazir, Shahnaz; Vijayaraghavan, K.; Chandralekha, K.

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Open Access News and notes
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Open Access Editorial Announcement
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Open Access William J. Darby, M.D., Ph.D., 1913–2001
pp. 473-473(1)
Author: Scrimshaw, Nevin S.

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