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Amber Waves : Store Formats Key to Food Price Variations: Issue November 2005

By Usda- Economic Research Service

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Title: Amber Waves : Store Formats Key to Food Price Variations: Issue November 2005  
Author: Usda- Economic Research Service
Volume: 5-Nov
Language: English
Subject: Agriculture, Rural Systems, Economics
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection, Amber Waves Journal Collection
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Publisher: Us Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service

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Description: Feature articles in the November issue include…Where You Shop Matters: Store Formats Drive Variation in Retail Food Prices; Education As a Rural Development Strategy; Changing Federal Tax Policies Affect Farm Households Differently; U.S. Dairy At a New Crossroads in a Global Setting. Other articles cover such topics as…cotton yields and import demand in India, Japan apple imports, livestock price reporting, consumption of whole-grain foods, food consumption, farm exits and entries, patenting and technology transfer, conservation program design, government assistance to farmers, and time use. Also includes selected statistics on agriculture and trade, diet and health, natural resources, and rural America.

Summary
Summary: Amber Waves: The Economics of Food, Farming, Natural Resources and Rural America

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Up Front U.S. Farm Sector Weathering Higher Energy Costs Feature Articles Where You Shop Matters: Store Formats Drive Variation in Retail Food Prices Education as a Rural Development Strategy Changing Federal Tax Policies Affect Farm Households Differently U.S. Dairy at a New Crossroads in a Global Setting Findings Markets and Trade Indian Cotton Yield Gains Could Limit Imports U.S. Could Expand Apple Imports to Japan Mandatory Livestock Price Reporting: More Transparent? Diet and Health Going With the Grain: Consumers Responding to New Dietary Guidelines U.S. Food Consumption Up 16 Percent Since 1970 Resources and Environment Stable Farm Count Masks Turnover Patenting and Licensing Are Tools for Technology Transfer Special Section: Topics for Today's Agriculture A Multitude of Design Decisions Influence Conservation Program Performance Financial Assistance to Farmers Is Evolving Gleanings Current Activities Project Management Certifications Awarded Research Project Wins Award Recent Meetings Organic Sector Innovations Global Food Markets Impacts of Tobacco Program Elimination Second Annual Taylor Lecture New Releases Animal Agriculture Affects Air and Water Quality Feed Grains Database Redesigned Commodity Background Reports Current Indicators on Rural America Data Feature How Much Time Do Americans Spend Preparing and Eating Food? Indicators Rural-Urban Commuting Areas Nonmetro unemployment improves slightly in 2004 Farm Household Income Profiles Jim Blaylock Ron Durst

 

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