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1. Moving food along the value chain : innovations in regional food distribution (id:60413)

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

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3. Imports from China and food safety issues (id:46204)

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4. The interplay of regulation and market incentives in providing food safety (id:46308)

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5. The interplay of regulation and market incentives in providing food safety [electronic resource] (id:46309)

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6. Imports from China and food safety issues (id:46092)

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7. U.S. food import patterns, 1998-2007 (id:32182)

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

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9. Food safety and imports : an analysis of FDA food-related import refusal reports (id:43337)

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10. Guide to U.S. organic marketing : laws and regulations (id:7112315)

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11. Guide to international trade in organics : laws and regulations (id:7112316)

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

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13. Food safety and imports : an analysis of FDA food-related import refusal reports (id:43050)

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14. Supply chain basics : the dynamics of change in the U.S. food marketing environment (id:46041)

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15. The U.S. food marketing system : recent developments, 1997-2006 (id:20585)

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16. Supply chain basics : technology : how much, how soon (id:CAT31029639)

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17. Supply chain basics : technology : how much, how soon (id:46042)

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18. The U.S. food marketing system : recent developments, 1997-2006 (id:19389)

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19. Food industry mergers and acquisitions lead to higher labor productivity (id:18045)

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20. Food industry mergers and acquisitions lead to higher labor productivity (id:20373)