A Taste of the Orient--How Asian Convenience Foods Rate

September 2009
Environmental Nutrition;Sep2009, Vol. 32 Issue 9, p5
The article offers tips on the things needed to consider by the consumers in buying Asian convenience foods. These include the serving sizes listed, the ingredients and the protein. It states that the scheme has been associated by the increasing number and variety of convenient foods in the supermarkets.


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