This report, produced by the Agriculture Research Service, provides a detailed investigation of the production and consumption of edible fats and proteins derived from animals and oilseeds. Drawing on a wide range of data and analysis, the report offers insights into the economic and nutritional aspects of these foods, as well as the ways in which they are produced and distributed. Whether you are a student of agricultural science or a policy maker seeking to understand the broader implications of food production, Production-Consumption Relationships of Edible Fats and Proteins offers a wealth of valuable information.
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