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Nutritional, hygiene ans socio-economic dimensions of street foods urban areas:the case of Nairobi
Exceptionally high rates of urbanisation in developing countries have been coupled with lack of employment and increasing urban poverty and undernutrition. Urban populations are thus utilising a variety of initiatives ...
Original communication: the role of street foods in the dietary pattern of two low-income groups in Nairobi
(Nature Publishing Group, 2001)
Objectives: To examine the frequency of street food consumption of people living in low-income settlements in Nairobi and the role of street foods in their daily diet and to reveal why people consume street foods rather ...