As reports of the world food situation recently moved from the back pages of newspapers to the frontpage headlines, food-related topics have been increasingly mentioned in liberal arts and business courses at many American universities. Obviously the world food problem, once discussed and studied primarily in agricultural courses, has rapidly become a fashionable topic in such nonagricultural areas as biological sciences, business, and anthropology and an area of concern of more and more students not inclined toward agriculture. This situation presents a challenge, and an opportunity to the agriculture colleges of today.



man's food, world food supply

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