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Aspects of marketing horticultural produce in Australia


, : Aspects of marketing horticultural produce in Australia. Acta Horticulturae (55): 273-276

There is scarcity of empirical work into the problems of marketing fruit and vegetables in Australia. With the fresh market it is evident, however, that structurally Australia is similar to most other countries where commission selling of fresh produce through terminal markets is the most important method of distribution. With processed fruit there is a large number of administered marketing schemes in operation.

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