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Bibliography of Soy Flour and Cereal-Soy Blends.

BIBLIOGRAPHY of SOY FLOUR and CEREAL-SOY BLENDS.

(USA: Soyfoods Center; UK: Food Trade Press Ltd).

The ring-bound book is stacked full of references to this subject area right from 3rd Century BC to this very year and the majority feature a summary or abstract. This text has been compiled over a period of sixteen years and to make sure that the information contained is fully utilisable, the bibliography features the author's address, number of references cited, the original title of all foreign language publications together with an English translation, month and issue of publication, with the author's first name if given.

The publishers have identified 51 different document types and various foreign language publications have been used; these include 198 in German, 153 in French and 152 Spanish. There are of course extensive translations of Japanese European works. We are told there are some 3085 references all told, and the text includes details of 653 commercial soy flour products. These details include the manufacturer's name and address, the ingredients used, the weight of the normal pack and indeed the type of packaging used.

To help the reader use this text, there is a complete subject/geographical index and an author/company index.
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Date:Dec 1, 1990
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