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The composition and nutritive value of groundnut kernels

  • G. P. Savage
  • J. I. Keenan
Part of the World Crop Series book series

Abstract

Groundnuts were originally considered to be food for animals; then they were used as food for slaves. They have now become an important source of protein in many developing countries. A summary of the important food uses of groundnuts and the fortified foods that use groundnuts or groundnut protein has been given by Singh and Singh (1991).

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Essential Amino Acid Phytic Acid Peanut Butter Protein Efficiency Ratio Peanut Protein 
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