|A-Z of Food & Drink||Online Only|
|The business of food: encyclopedia of the food and drink industries||REF HD9000.5 .B875 2007|
|Cambridge world history of food||REF TX353 .C255 2000|
|Culinary biographies||REF TX649.A1 C85 2006|
|Dictionary of Food & Nutrition||Online Only|
|Encyclopedia of food and culture||REF GT2850 .E53 2003|
|The international dictionary of food & nutrition||REF TX349 .A236 1993|
|Larousse gastronomique : the world's greatest culinary encyclopedia||REF TX349 .L365 2009|
|Oxford encyclopedia of food and drink in America||REF TX349 .E45 2004|
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The American Dietetics Association includes information from the world’s largest organization of food and nutrition professionals, emphasizing the improvement of the nation's health and advancing the profession of dietetics through research, education and advocacy.
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