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Veille biblio n°6. Bruce, A. B. (2019). Farm entry and persistence: Three pathways into alternative agriculture in southern Ohio. Journal of Rural Studies, 69, 30-40.
Veille biblio n°6. Oths, K. S., Groves, K. M., & Copeland, T. J. (2019). All's Well That Ends Well: How Alabama Farmers Marketers “Last Stand” Against Modernity Was Finally Resolved. Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment.
Veille biblio n°6. Baker, N., Popay, S., Bennett, J., & Kneafsey, M. (2019). Net yield efficiency: Comparing salad and vegetable waste between community supported agriculture and supermarkets in the UK. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 8(4), 1-14.
veille biblio n° 5. Boys, K. A., & Fraser, A. M. (2019). Linking small fruit and vegetable farmers and institutional foodservice operations: marketing challenges and considerations. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, 34(3), 226-238
Veille biblio n° 5. Feenstra, G., Hardesty, S., Lev, L., Houston, L., King, R., & Joannides, J. (2019). Beyond fresh and direct: exploring the specialty food industry as a market outlet for small-and medium-sized farms. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, 34(3), 239-249.
Veille biblio n° 5. Trivette, S. A. (2019). The importance of food retailers: applying network analysis techniques to the study of local food systems. Agriculture and Human Values, 36(1), 77-90.
Veille biblio n°5. O’Hara, J. and Lin, J. (2019). Population Density and Local Food Market Channels. Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy (2019) volume 00, number 0, pp.1-20