References Continued

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A resource for Activity 1: Analysis of Salt in Snack Food. (Publisher's address: Workman Publishing, 708 Broadway, New York, NY 10003.)

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Reference work that focuses on the reaction mechanisms and theories essential to understanding the many chemical processes that occur in foods and food systems. The emphasis is on the interactions among food constituents that correlate with the chemistry of individual food systems.

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Baugh, M. (1989). Oil changes. Chem Matters, 7(4), 7-9

Benson, K. D. (1990). Fast fat. Chem Matters, 8(1), 13-15

Blumenthal, D. (1990). Red dye no. 3 and other colorful controversies, FDA Consumer, 24(4), 18-21

Emsley, J. (1988). Artificial Sweeteners. ChemMatters, 6(1), 4-8

Farley, D. (1990). Keeping up with the microwave revolution. FDA Consumer, 24(2), 17-21

Glover, D. (1990). The margarine puzzle. ChemMatters, 8(3), 16

Marmion, D.M. (1979). Handbook of U. S. colorants for foods, drugs, and cosmetics. (pp.53-93). New York, NY: John Wiley.

McCamish, M. (1987). The rise of self-rising flour. Journal of Chemical Education 64, 710-12

MeKone, H.G. (1990, October). Copper in the candy, chromium in the custard. Today's Chemist, 3(5), 22-25, 34.

Pomeranz, Y., Finney, K.F., and Hoseney, R. C. (1978). Molecular approach to breadmaking. Science, 167, 944-949.

Stehlin, D. (1991). Women and nutrition. FDA Consumer, 25(1), 11-13

Artificial Fat Information

Olestra Professional and Technical Relations, 2 Procter and Gamble Plaza, Cincinnati, OH 45202

The NutraSweet Company Consumer Affairs Center, Box 830, Deerfield, IL 60015 (800) 321-7254, (9 a.m. - 3 p.m. CST).