The National Food Consumption Survey (NFCS): South Africa, 1999

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Labadarios, D. ; Steyn, N.P. ; Maunder, E.M.W. ; MacIntryre, U. ; Gericke, G. ; Swart, R. ; Huskisson, J. ; Dannhauser, A. ; Vorster, H.H. ; Nesmvuni, A.E. ; Nel, J.H. (2005)
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