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2020: Volume 8, Issue 3
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Research and Reviews: Journal of Food and Dairy Technology
James Rankin, School of Advanced Studies, University of Phoenix Tempe, Arizona, (Co- authors) Reuben Brown, DBA, and Thomas Griffin, DBA ,United States
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Nutraceutical Functions of Milk Components
Hency Rose, BTech scholar, College of Dairy Science and Technology, Pookode, Kerala, India
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Investigating the Relationship Between Aspects of Support and Performance Among Dairy Employees
 Asrat Ayza, Department of Animal and Range Science, College of Agriculture, Wolaita Sodo University, Ethiopiage of Agriculture,  
2020: Webinar on Nutrition and Dietetics
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Role of Nutraceuticals in human health
 N.T. Atchaya, Seethlakshmi ramaswami college, India
2020: 2020: Webinar on Food Security and Food Chemistry
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Use Multivariate Statistics to Study Chocolate Nutrition Science
Mason Chen University of Arizona, USA
2020: 5th International Conference on Food Microbiology and Food Market
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The use of kveik norwegian yeast for the production of new England India pale ale beer
Joanna Kawa Rygielska Wroclaw University of Environmantal and Life Sciences, Poland
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Isolation and characterization of nitrogen fixing bacteria from rhizosphere of date palm soil in United Arab Emirates for the tree & fruit quality enhancement
Jannatul Ferdouse Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenburg, Germany
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Food and nutrition security in Nepal
Karunakar Ghimire President at PARIBARTAN, NEPAL
2020: 5h International Conference on Food Microbiology and Food Market
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Quantification of multiple fungal toxins in cereal food using liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry
Shandry Tebele  University of Johannesburg, Department of Biotechnology and Food Technology, South Africa
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Prevalence and assessment of risk factors associated with metabolic syndrome among health workers in lagos university teaching hospital (LUTH)
Temitope Alao Sanni  Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Idi Araba, Lagos, Nigeria