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    Title: 日本與台灣糧食安全、食品安全及食育的比較研究
    Other Titles: A comparative study of food security, safety and diet education between Japan and Taiwan
    Authors: 盛家鈴;Shing, Jia-ling
    Contributors: 淡江大學亞洲研究所碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 糧食安全;自給率;食品安全;食物浪費;飲食文化飲食教育;Food Safety;food security;food self-sufficiency to waste food culture dietary education;食品の安全;食料安全保障;食料自給食文化食育を無駄にします
    Date: 2016
    Issue Date: 2017-08-31 09:17:26 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 「人是鐵、飯是鋼」一頓不吃餓的發慌,所以吃是一件很重要的事。它牽涉到的層面很廣。如糧食的量足夠嗎?食物的品質安全嗎?食物的營養充足嗎?這一連串的問題,要靠學習才會知道明瞭,這就是教育的功能。
    "People are iron, rice is the steel," do not eat a meal hungry tears, so eating is a very important thing. It involves a very wide level. As a sufficient amount of food it? Quality of the food safe? Nutritionally adequate food it? This series of questions, to rely on learning will know to understand, this is the function of education.
    After the reference to the historical literature relevant information Agricole, Taiwan and Japan in the food security problem, the problem of food , dietary education issues, the same deviations proposed, and give appropriate recommendations to its purpose is to pay attention to everyone their health to avoid illness residual body.
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