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Some aspects of fruit and vegetables projections

, : Some aspects of fruit and vegetables projections. Acta Horticulturae (77): 77-85

This paper studies the changes which have occurred since the 1930s in fruit and vegetable consumption and expenditure in Poland, and makes comparisons with other European countries with similar climates but higher incomes.

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