Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Nutrition : eighth report, food fortification, protein-calorie malnutrition, Geneva, Switzerland, 9-18 November 1970
Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Nutrition, World Health Organization & Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. (1971). Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Nutrition : eighth report, food fortification, protein-calorie malnutrition, Geneva, Switzerland, 9-18 November 1970. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/40921
World Health Organization technical report series ; no. 477
FAO nutrition meetings. Report series ; no. 49
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