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Title: CHANGING FOOD CONSUMPTION PATTERNS, THEIR EFFECT ON THE U.S. FOOD SYSTEM, 1972-1987: AN INPUT-OUTPUT PERSPECTIVE
Authors: Schluter, Gerald E.
Lee, Chinkook
Issue Date: 1996-07
Abstract: Output growth of the U.S. Food System is examined to apportion first the importance of domestic food demand and then the importance of components of domestic food demand. Growth of U.S. food processing output is heavily dependent upon domestic food demand and particularly its personal consumption expenditures components - food purchased for off-premise consumption and purchased meals and beverages.
URI: http://purl.umn.edu/27065
Institution/Association: Journal of Food Distribution Research>Volume 27, Number 2, July 1996
Total Pages: 8
Language: English
From Page: 48
To Page: 55
Collections:Volume 27, Number 2, July 1996

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