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TOPIC A – Food, Nutrition and Supporting Sciences 1. Food science a. Physical and chemical properties of food ... Food allergies and intolerance (4) Immune system disorders, infections, and fevers (5) Malnutrition (e.g., protein, calorie, vitamin and mineral) ... Managing a diverse workforce (5) Emotional intelligence ...
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