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Losses in U.S. food distribution system. Food losses: overview and summary; Produce (fresh fruits and vegetables) losses; Frozen food losses; Dairy product losses; Delicatessen food losses; Dry grocery losses; Bakery losses; Fresh beef losses. (8 studies)



Losses in U.S. food distribution system. Food losses: overview and summary; Produce (fresh fruits and vegetables) losses; Frozen food losses; Dairy product losses; Delicatessen food losses; Dry grocery losses; Bakery losses; Fresh beef losses. (8 studies)



Agricultural Economics Report, Department of Agricultural Economics, Michigan State University (421; 422; 423; 424; 425; 426; 427; 428): 44; 48; 22; 33; 17; 15; 44; 79



The summary report, one of eight from a study of losses and waste in food distribution, contains: objectives and procedures of the research; discussions of the general magnitudes and causes of food losses; summaries of food losses in each of the seven food product categories; economic issues relating to food losses; and a discussion of the requisites for food loss reduction.

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