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Cassava Productivity for Eradicating Hunger and Poverty in Rural Areas of Indonesia

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Population of Indonesian around 265,015,300 people, so they need a huge amount of food. Rice is the most important food staple, but it is still imported around 500,000 t to stabilize the price in Indonesia. However, the country’s import of wheat is approximately >10,000,000 t. Hunger reduction and poverty eradication are the top priorities under SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals). Production of food based on cereals and grains was inert. Thus to meet the global claims root-crops, particularly cassava, has the potential to be explored. Cassava originated from tropical Latin America; it was distributed to Asia and Africa after Columbus discovered America in the 15th century. Early distribution of cassava was only across the longitude, recently its distribution is athwart the latitude. Literature review as well as arena reflection were used to gather information to meet the methodology in this research. Increasing productivity to meet the demand of food, feed, and other industrial needs with prosperous communities is considered an endless charity which requires a solid global cooperation. Price fluctuation was a factor affecting cassava progress; however, it was neglected by the government.

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The Correctness Problems in Applying Inductive Statistics in Economics and Agriculture

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Fat Reduction and Replacement in Dry-Cured Fermented Sausage by Using High Pressure Processing Meat as Fat Replacer and Olive Oil

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The Effect of Cocoa Beans Heavy and Trace Elements on Safety and Stability of Confectionery Products

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Properties of Cereal β-D-Glucan Hydrocolloids and their Effect on Bread and Ketchup Parameters

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Bioactive Enterococci Isolated from Slovak Ewes’ Lump Cheese

characterization of bacteriocins produced by environmental strain Enterococcus faecium EK13. Journal of Applied Microbiology, 94, 523–530. doi: 10.1007/S12602. Piskoríková M (2010): Quality and characterization of existing and new probiotics (EFSA QPS). In: Proc. Regulatory Framework Workshop Health Claim Approval of Probiotics in the European Union. Issues, Barriers, Success Drivers. Košice, Slovak Republic. p.18. Pogány Simonová M, Lauková A, Žitňan R, Chrastinová Ľ (2015): Effect of rabbit- origin enterocin-producing probiotic strain Enterococcus faecium CCM

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Do Consumers’ Attitudes Towards Food Technologies and Motives of Food Choice Influence Willingness to Eat Cereal Products Fortified with Fibre?

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Effects of Yeast (Saccharomyces Cerevisiae) Feed Supplement on Milk Production and its Composition in Tunisian Holstein Friesian Cows

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An Inulin-Enriched Soy Drink and Its Lowering Effect on Oxidized Low Density Lipoproteins in Healthy Volunteers

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Assessment of the Nutritive Value of Dishes Designed for Athletes – Grilled Chicken Salad and Spaghetti with Tomatoes and Parmesan Cheese

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