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  • Where does the carbon footprint fall? Developing a carbon map of food production

    Where does the carbon footprint fall? Developing a carbon map of food production

    The concept of local food is appealing to many consumers. But it is difficult to define what actually constitutes local food. Given the globalised nature of agricultural markets, bread baked in a small village bakery in England may be made from grain grown in Canada. Similarly, many of the inputs to a West Country dairy farm selling local ice cream may come from outside the UK.One of the purported advantages of local food relates to red

  • Maintaining quality of food and feed grain through trade and processing (English)

    Maintaining quality of food and feed grain through trade and processing (English)

    Series: Good practices for animal feed and livestockThis booklet describes the causes of these potential losses and illustrates actions that should be undertaken to prevent or remedy them. It assumes that grain and grain products, including flour and animal feed, have reached the first point in the marketing chain after leaving the farm. The situation of transit storage and long-term storage is considered, and millers, traders and feed

  • On-farm mycotoxin control in food and feed grain (En)

    On-farm mycotoxin control in food and feed grain (En)

    Series: Good practices for animal feed and livestockThis booklet is directed at the farm situation, providing advice that can be used to avoid mycotoxin contamination before food leaves the farm. The booklet describes what mycotoxins are, how they are produced and how to recognise signs of their presence. It provides advice to enable farmers to minimise the risk from mould contamination whilst the crop is growing, during harvest and thr

  • Policies for basic food commodities 2003 - 2004 (En)

    Policies for basic food commodities 2003 - 2004 (En)

    Series: FAO review of agricultural commodity policiesThis is the first issue of a new series dealing with agricultural commodity policies. It includes the third review of policies that have influenced basic food commodity markets, covering 2003 and 2004, a period of particular interest as it coincides with the end of the implementation of the Uruguay Round WTO Agreement and with an intensification of the Delta Round multilateral negotia

  • Production and processing of small seeds for birds (English)

    Production and processing of small seeds for birds (English)

    Series: Agricultural and food engineering technical reportsSmall grain mixtures are the mainstay of bird food. Most of the grain species used in these mixtures are of tropical and subtropical origin or could be produced in the tropics and subtropics. Their cultivation, processing and marketing open diverse opportunities for small-scale farmers and entrepreneurs in developing countries. The purpose of this report is to give an overview o

  • Setting up and running a small flour mill or bakery

    Setting up and running a small flour mill or bakery

    Series 'Opportunities in food processing'This series of practical guides is aimed at people starting or operating a food business. The third publication in the series covers markets for flours and bakery products, setting up a mill or a bakery, processing grains and flours and producing bakery products, quality assurance and legislation, and production and financial management. 

  • Processed foods for improved livelihoods (En)

    Processed foods for improved livelihoods (En)

    Series: FAO Diversification bookletsMost food needs some form of preparation and processing to make them more attractive to eat. Foods such as grains, fish and vegetable are unpalatable in their raw state. Others such as cassava are dangerous if eaten without processing. Many different processes have been developed and, wherever there are communities of people, the treatments, methods and recipes used will be a reflection of their requi