research

Research

Subproject 1
Consumer expectations and attitudes

Subproject 2
Effects of production methods

Subproject 3
Crop production systems

Subproject 4
Livestock production systems

Subproject 5
Processing strategies

Subproject 6
Transport, trading and retailing

Subproject 7
Horizontal activities

RSS feeds from QLIF

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a method of receiving constantly updated links to your chosen websites.

RSS is an easy way for you to be alerted when content that interests you appears on your favorite Web sites including www.qlif.org. Instead of visiting a particular Web site to browse for new articles, RSS automatically tells you when something new is posted online.

The main method of receiving RSS feeds is to download a program called a 'News Reader'. You can then set up this program to receive RSS information from QLIF and browse headlines and story summaries that link through to the full story on the website.

There are several News Reader programs available for all platforms, many of which are free. See a list below. Also Google offres a free reader.

Alternatively, some newer web browsers offer similar functionality already built-in which will detect whether the website you are viewing offers an RSS feed. One example is the Firefox browser.

When you want to subscribe to the RSS feeds from QLIF, right-click on the RSS icon and simply copy this URL to your particular news reader.

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In case of questions, please contact the webmaster here.





 Differentiated RSS feeds

 QLIF also offers subscription
 to RSS feeds for individual
 target groups:

  rss for consumers...

  rss for producers...

  rss for policy makers...