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Regional Distribution Networks Case Studies
A sustainable food system is dependent on a variety of actors, so University of California-Davis researchers conducted case studies of distribution networks in California to examine the existing relationships between producers and other firms that facilitate a values-based supply chain. This publication addresses the financial, policy and entrepreneurial factors that influence the development of these emerging distribution networks that consequently help support small- and medium-sized producers.
Want more information? See the related SARE grant(s) SW10-810, Developing regional distribution networks to enhance farmer prosperity: retail value chains.
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