DIT in top 10% for most sustainable universities in the UI
GreenMetric World University Rankings, with an amazing 93% of DIT students
using sustainable methods of transport to get to class, mostly walking or
Cathal Brugha St Library regrets to announce that due to the "Beast from the East" and associated problems, the building, and with it the library, will be CLOSED from late morning on Wednesday 28th February, and will stay closed all day on Thursday 1st March.
It is hoped that normal opening will resume on Friday 2nd March, but readers are asked to keep an eye on the main DIT website and on DIT e-mails to keep up to date with the evolving situation.
The library has expanded its Mintel Food Reports
to include the UK and European Food & Drink Report and Mintel Consumer
Data. “Mintel Consumer Data Charts provide information on consumers by
category, country or market. Behavioural and attitudinal questions cover over
50 product categories for the Food and Drink, Household, Beauty and Personal Care
and Lifestyles markets.” See databases for links to Journals.
Michelin star chef, Tom Kitchin, presents a look
at traditional game recipes with “a focus on seasonality and the very best
“Full of practical advice and visual examples…. Give
you all the essential knowledge and ideas” to help you study.
This book provides foundational food science
information and integrates it with practical applications. The book covers food
chemistry to ingredients, whole foods, and baked and mixed foods. It also
includes a comprehensive food science glossary.
“Critical reviews of issues in food and beverage
management addressing variety of managerial dilemmas of a more complex nature
such as how important is the meal experience and is food an art form?”
“This huge and beautiful book is a River Cottage
encyclopedia of ingredients.”
This book examines, in thirteen essays, why 842
million people around the world are not meeting their dietary needs “and why
food insecurity is not simply a matter of insufficient supply”