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Abstract

This study evaluated the impact of the South Carolina (SC) agricultural promotion campaign after its first season. Analysis of the survey data revealed that consumer demand for state grown produce has increased by 3.4% which could result in an increase in producer surplus of $2.9 million. Since the SC Department of Agriculture invested $500,000 in the promotion program in 2007, this figure indicates a benefit-cost ratio of 5.8.

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