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  1. Ratna, N and Hendriks SL (2015). Whose revolution? South Asia may have undergone a ‘green revolution’, but proper nutrition is still not getting through to those that need it. Asia and Pacific Policy Society (APPS) Policy Forum. August 2015. http://www.policyforum.net/whose-revolution/#sthash.P4f2m7ua.dpuf
  2. Hendriks SL and May J (2015). South African Event for the GNR 2015. Blog. 9 October 2015.   http://globalnutritionreport.org/2015/10/09/south-african-event-for-the-   gnr-2015/
  3. Du Plessis, E.M. and Korsten, L. 2014. Linking water quality and microbiological safety of fruit and vegetables from the farm to the market. South African Food Science Technology (FST) Magazine.
  4. Dzingirayi G. and Korsten, L. 2014. Food safety and quality assurance in the mushroom industry. The Spawn Run, September 2014.
  5. Jansen van Vuuren, Petrie. “The sleeping pill that wakes up damaged brains” 22 Aug 2014 00:00| Supplement. Mail and Guardian: SA’s best postgraduate research: Young scientists get an opportunity to showcase their research and discoveries” Science Voices. http://mg.co.za/article/2014-08-18-the-sleeping-pill-that-wakes-up- damaged-brains.       http://mg.co.za/article/2014-08-18-meatless-mondays-might-be- harmful-in-sa
  6. Gibson, N (2104). Meatless Mondays might be harmful in SA: Is skipping out on a meaty meal to save the environment doing more harm than good? Mail and Guardian SA’s best postgraduate research: Young scientists get an opportunity to showcase their research and discoveries” Science Voices.22 Aug 2014 00:00| Supplement. http://mg.co.za/article/2014-08-18-meatless-mondays-might-be-harmful-in-sa
  7. Nokuthula Vilakati (2014). A new ready-to-eat twist on old grains: A typical day for women in resource-poor communities such as the Sekhukhune district in Limpopo is far from easy. Mail and Guardian SA’s best postgraduate research: Young scientists get an opportunity to showcase their research and discoveries. 22 Aug 2014 00:00| Supplement.      http://mg.co.za/article/2014-08-15-a-new-ready-to-eat-twist-on-old-grains
  8. Nokuthula Vilakati (2016). “Indigenous, instant superfood for rural children”, 19 April 2016. Available from: http://www.universityofpretoria.co.za/en/news/post_2264688-indigenous-instant-superfood-for-rural-children.
  9. Hendriks, SL (2016) “Improving collaboration between food security and nutrition researchers and the media: an effort for policy change”, 19 August 2016. Available from: http://www.universityofpretoria.co.za/en/food-security-policy-innovation-lab/news/post_2341872-improving-collaboration-between-food-security-and-nutrition-researchers-and-the-media-an-effort-for-policy-change .
  10. Nokuthula Vilakati,(2016) “Why the African food basket should be full of beans and other pulses”, 27 July 2016, Available from: www.up.ac.za/...food.../post_2311190-why-the-african-food-basket-should- be-full-of-beans-and-other-pulses  
  11. Muchenje, V., Hoffman, L.C., Schönfeldt, H.C., Mapiye, C., Korsten, L., McAllister, T., Descalzo, A & Stanford, K., 2015, ‘Special Issue; Food and Nutrition Security: Can science and good governance deliver dinner?’ Food Research International, (appearance in the Food Climate Research Network (FCRN) Newsletter of 30 October 2015).
  12. Pretorius, B. and Schönfeldt, H.C. (2015) ‘Die vleisfaktor’ Rooivleis/Red Meat, August 2015, pp 86 – 89.
  13. Van Niekerk, C., Schönfeldt, H.C. and Hall, N. 2015. A potato by any other name. CHIPS magazine, Mei/June 2015, pp 22-25.
  14. Schönfeldt, H.C. (2015) Is there any truth in the claims that Red Meat causes cancer? Media Release.
  15. Van Niekerk, C., Schönfeldt, H.C., HallL, N. and Pretorius, B. 2015. Mapping of the traditional South African fried (slap chips) from eleven potato cultivars. CHIPS magazine, January/February 2015.
  16. Schönfeldt, H.C. and Hall, N. (2015) Fact Sheet: Cancer and Red Meat. Media Release.
  17. Schönfeldt, H.C. and Hall, N. (2015) How the Cancer Report is misleading the public. Media Release.
  18. Schönfeldt, H.C. (2015) Does meat cause cancer? Porcus Oct/Nov 2015
  19. Pretorius, B. and Schönfeldt, H.C. (2016) The contribution of portion size of processed pork to total salt intake in the diet.  Porcus Oct/Nov 2015
  20. Vermeulen, H., Schönfeldt, H.C. and Pretorius, B. (2015) Perception of low LSM consumers. Rooivleis/Red Meat Feb 2015.
  21. Hall, N., Schönfeldt, H.C. and Pretorius, B. (2015) Lean, Leaner, Leanest. Rooivleis/Red Meat Jun 2015
  22. Vermeulen, H., Schönfeldt, H.C. and Pretorius, B. (2015) Perception is reality. Rooivleis/Red Meat Oct 2015.
  23. Vermeulen, H., Schönfeldt, H.C. and Pretorius, B. (2016) Lable Me(at), label you. Rooivleis/Red Meat Apr 2016
  24. Hendriks SL (2015).  Ensuring food security: the critical element in addressing inequality and poverty. Invited opinion piece for the DST Science Forum, 9 December 2015, CSIR Convention Centre, Pretoria.
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