Food security; Food supply; Grain--Storage
This paper, which was presented at the 64th annual meeting of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers November 29, 1971, examines the magnitude of loss of basic food groins due to inadequate, non-existent, or inefficient storage and distribution systems. The apparent shortage of nutritional commodities in a hungry world is called needless; and the significance of organized marketing in helping to reduce losses is emphasized.
Fulmer, R. W.
Handling and Distribution Considerations in World Grain Food Supply.
Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science, Vol. 38 No.1, 61-64.
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