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1. Energy use in the U.S. food system (id:41413)

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2. Farm household well-being : comparing consumption- and income-based measures (id:41702)

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3. Food spending declined and food insecurity increased for middle-income and low-income households from 2000 to 2007 (id:35892)

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4. Food spending declined and food insecurity increased for middle-income and low-income households from 2000 to 2007 (id:35891)

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5. Convergence in global food demand and delivery (id:20597)

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6. Convergence in global food demand and delivery (id:19458)

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7. Demand for food quantity and quality in China (id:19374)

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8. Demand for food quantity and quality in China (id:20376)

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9. Thrifty food plan, 2006 (id:1333708)

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10. How low-income households allocate their food budget relative to the cost of the Thrifty Food Plan (id:20282)

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11. The cost of living and the geographic distribution of poverty (id:18052)

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12. How low-income households allocate their food budget relative to the cost of the Thrifty Food Plan (id:18046)

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13. The thrifty food plan, 1999 (id:1333705)

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14. Do the poor pay more for food? : item selection and price differences affect low-income household food costs (id:34238)

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15. How economic factors influence the nutrient content of diets (id:CAT10843230)

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16. How did household characteristics affect food spending in 1980-88 (id:CAT92980112)

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17. U.S. demand for food : a complete system of quantity effects on prices (id:CAT92966272)

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18. Economic well-being and household size : alternative ways of analyzing demographic information on households (id:CAT91946353)

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19. Analysis of household expenditures in relation to the food stamp program benefit structure : final report (id:56205)

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20. Employment growth helps some but not nonmetro all households : a case study in 10 Georgia Counties (id:CAT87879567)