Food Technology An Introduction by Anita Tull
  

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Food Technology An Introduction by Anita Tull

From the best-selling author of Food and Design and Technology: Food Technology to GCSE , this book is designed to support students in every aspect of Food Technology, focusing on the knowledge and skills required for project work. It gives guidance on and opportunities to practise researching, preparing, carrying out, and presenting food projects. Each topic is self-contained on one or two double-page spreads. Information is presented in a clear and concise way. Foundation and Higher level questions are given at the end of each topic to test knowledge and understanding. It has ready-made topics for project work.

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Format

Paperback
128 pages

Author

Anita Tull
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

3rd January 2002

ISBN

9780198328193


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