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1984 CIMMYT Maize facts and trends Report two: An analysis of changes in Third World food and feed uses of maize

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Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: CIMMYT World Maize Facts and Trends.Analytics: Show analyticsPublisher: Mexico, DF (Mexico) : CIMMYT, 1984Description: 41 pages.Subject(s): Consumption | Developing Countries | Feed crops | Foods | Prices | Production | Trade | Urbanization | Zea maysSummary: Significant longer term changes are occurring in the uses of maize throughout the developing world. As incomes rise, consumers are spending a higher proportion of their food budget on livestock products and less on maize as a staple food in their diet. Urbanization in the developing world, with its associated changes in life styles, is also encouraging the consumption of livestock products and, therefore, the demand for feedgrains, especially maize. Population, income, and urban growth rates in the Third World will dictate the pace at which the demand for maize as a livestock feed increases. The potential is enormous, however, for growth inCollection: CIMMYT Publications Collection
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Significant longer term changes are occurring in the uses of maize throughout the developing world. As incomes rise, consumers are spending a higher proportion of their food budget on livestock products and less on maize as a staple food in their diet. Urbanization in the developing world, with its associated changes in life styles, is also encouraging the consumption of livestock products and, therefore, the demand for feedgrains, especially maize. Population, income, and urban growth rates in the Third World will dictate the pace at which the demand for maize as a livestock feed increases. The potential is enormous, however, for growth in

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