FOOD FOR THE WORLD by Theodore E. -- Ed. Schults

FOOD FOR THE WORLD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Thirty specialists under the Harris Foundation, have contributed to this symposium on ""food for the world"" -- and presented here their findings. Highly specialized scientific approach (unlike the stimulating Food and Farming in Post War Europe, Yates & Lamartine-Oxford -- 1943). Background of internal food problems -- League activities and legislation in various countries; population problems in relation to growth trends; nutrition advances made by research students -- and the problem of adequate world diet; food supplies and the coordination of agriculture and nutrition; international relations -- trade policies -- commodity agreements -- general overall picture, illustrated with charts, graphs, etc. the basic achievements of the Hot Springs Conference.

Pub Date: March 26th, 1945
Publisher: Univ. of Chicago