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1. Marketing Maine tablestock potatoes (id:42215)

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2. Opening a farmers market on federal property : a guide for market operators and building managers (id:34914)

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3. Facts on direct-to-consumer food marketing : incorporating data from the 2007 Census of Agriculture (id:46726)

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4. Marketing U.S. organic foods : recent trends from farms to consumers (id:41683)

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5. Marketing U.S. organic foods : recent trends from farms to consumers (id:41697)

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6. Piloy beans in Guatemala (id:IND44063182)

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7. Using vertically coordinated relationships to overcome tight supply in the organic market (id:29447)

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

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9. Participatory selection of yellow, brown, sugar and tan bean market classes in Eastern Congo (id:IND43758366)

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10. Competition in fresh produce markets : an empirical analysis of marketing channel performance (id:32805)

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11. Direct marketing today : challenges and opportunities (id:38374)

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12. How local farmers and school food service buyers are building alliances : lessons learned from the USDA Small Farm/School Meals Workshop, May 1, 2000 (id:38355)

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13. Structural change and competition in seven U.S. food markets (id:38281)

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14. How do taxes affect food markets? (id:34617)

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15. Understanding the dynamics of produce markets : consumption and consolidation grow (id:38262)

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16. Las ventas directas hoy en día : retos y oportunidades (id:47329)

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17. The food marketing system in 1996 (id:36815)

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18. The food marketing system in 1995 (id:36530)

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19. Geographic analysis of retailer access (id:56171)

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20. Changing food marketing systems (id:IND93048052)

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21. Ralph W. Ketner: Give and take of a grocery executive (id:IND20402390)

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22. Ellen Dolan and Joy Jackson: exporting value--added foods (id:IND20402384)

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23. Odonna Mathews: Consumers on her mind (id:IND20402391)

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24. Ray Bergin, Jr.: Bringing fresh produce to Minneapolis-St. Paul (id:IND20402386)

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25. "Jersey Fresh": a fresh idea in farm products marketing (id:IND89023172)

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26. Convenience and competition in food marketing and distribution (id:IND89023158)

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27. Florida citrus industry sets high standards (id:IND89023136)

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28. Food marketing industry responds to social forces (id:IND89023121)

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29. Inventing and testing new products (id:IND89023138)

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30. Productivity in the food industry (id:IND89023151)

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31. Promoting high quality U.S. foods through regional trade associations (id:IND89023167)

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32. Revolution on supermarket shelves: the value added is convenience (id:IND89023141)

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33. Tailoring U.S. pork to Japanese style (id:IND89023135)

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34. U.S. food marketing--a specialized system (id:IND89023122)

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35. Challenges ahead for supermarkets (id:IND89023132)

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36. Dairy farmers are pioneers in promotion (id:IND89023176)

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37. Food marketing strategies for firms (id:IND89023128)

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38. How markets communicate information about quality (id:IND89023124)

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39. How to develop a successful marketing strategy (id:IND89023125)

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40. Problems in evaluating generic dairy promotion programs (id:IND89023177)

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41. Turkey anytime (id:IND89023142)

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42. The other white meat (id:IND89023175)

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43. How to tell how important agriculture is to your state (id:IND87013367)

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44. The manufacture and consumption of cheese (id:IND23337413)