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Maisverarbeitung und -verwendung in Senegal -Technische, oekonomische und ernaehrungsphysiologische Ueberlegungen

By: Diagayete, M.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticlePublisher: 1985Other title: State of maize processing and utilization in Senegal.Subject(s): Agrarian policies | Agricultural development | Bread | Breadmaking AGROVOC | Development aid | Feeds | Food production | Milling industry | Nutritional phenomena | Processing | Senegal | Uses | Zea mays AGROVOCDDC classification: 86-069883 In: Entwicklung und Laendlicher Raum v. 19, no. 1, p. 21-2386-069883Summary: The maize produced in Senegal in primarily being used for human consumption in form of roasted or boiled vegetable, as well as for couscous and mush (from semolina and flour). Maize processing in the household is the job of the women and is predominantly done with the aid of pestles and mortars. The milling industry located in Senegal processes exclusively imported maize. Within the scope of the maize cultivation project instituted with the help of the German Federal government, ITA has developed a type of bread that is made from a blend of 15 maize and 85 wheat flour. Already in the early stages on the marketing tests, considerable interest of the consumers and ofCollection: AGRIS Collection
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AGRIS Collection 86-069883 (Browse shelf) 1 Available 86-069883
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The maize produced in Senegal in primarily being used for human consumption in form of roasted or boiled vegetable, as well as for couscous and mush (from semolina and flour). Maize processing in the household is the job of the women and is predominantly done with the aid of pestles and mortars. The milling industry located in Senegal processes exclusively imported maize. Within the scope of the maize cultivation project instituted with the help of the German Federal government, ITA has developed a type of bread that is made from a blend of 15 maize and 85 wheat flour. Already in the early stages on the marketing tests, considerable interest of the consumers and of

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