SCIREA Journal of Food is an
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Abstract:This paper aims to analyze the marketing strategies and the challenges for successful penetration into the coffee shop industry in the United States, the leading coffee consumer in the world. The study, critically reviewing the existing literature and statistics, aims to imprint marketing tools and strategies adopted by the
Abstract:In Burkina Faso, undernutrition remains a public health issue. The food quality for under 23-month-old children constitutes a key pillar of child nutritional status. The objective of this study is to assess the adequacy of child feeding practices in Burkina based on the norms framed jointly by WHO/Unicef in 2011. The datase
Abstract:The wine making technology by gravity and the process design full using gravity were summarized. It focuses on the process types of the wine making by gravity, and fully displays the perfect combination of the making design by gravity and the architectural design of the model Château, and provides a reference for the design
Abstract:Abstract Origin and coffee grades are major factors determining the price of coffee beans. Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee achieves among the highest prices in coffee trading due to its assumed high quality. In this contribution we show the first chemical composition analysis of Jamaica Blue Mountain using LC-MS methods. In pa
Jannatul Ferdous, Projit Roy, Aleya Begum, M. Habibul Ahsan
Abstract:Background: Food is indispensable to human life, thus an important parameter of environmental science. The presence of radionuclides in food grains poses a number of health hazards, especially when these radionuclides are deposited in the human body, through food. The main objective of this study is to determine the radioac