Farming the supply chain

Lewis, Len
July 2001
Progressive Grocer;Jul2001, Vol. 80 Issue 7, p51
Trade Publication
Examines several issues concerning the level of productivity and financial growth of farmers in the United States. Relationship of the agricultural sector with supermarket retailers; Views on the collection and application of data concerning mining, crop and farming practices; Discussion on food safety.


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