Is Local Food More Expensive A Consumer Price Perspective on Local and NonLocal Foods Purchased in Iowa Rich Pirog Associate Director Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture Iowa State University

Is Local Food More Expensive A Consumer Price Perspective on Local and NonLocal Foods Purchased in Iowa Rich Pirog Associate Director Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture Iowa State University - Description

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Is Local Food More Expensive A Consumer Price Perspective on Local and NonLocal Foods Purchased in Iowa Rich Pirog Associate Director Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture Iowa State University

leopoldiastateedupubssta priceshtml Contact Rich Pirog rspirogiastateedu brPage 2br Acknowledgements e authors wish to thank to Corry Bregendahl for her help with statistical analysis of the data We would also like to thank Mary Adams Laura Miller an

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