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Amber Waves : Tracking the American Diet for 100 Years: Issue March 2010

By Usda- Economic Research Service

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Title: Amber Waves : Tracking the American Diet for 100 Years: Issue March 2010  
Author: Usda- Economic Research Service
Volume: 10-Mar
Language: English
Subject: Agriculture, Rural Systems, Economics
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection (Contemporary), Amber Waves Journal Collection
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Publisher: Us Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service


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Description: Feature articles in the March 2010 issue include ... Access to Affordable, Nutritious Food is Limited in “Food Deserts,” Organic Dairy Sector Evolves to Meet Changing Demand, Consumers’ Response to 2006 Foodborne Illness Outbreak Linked to Spinach, Economic Recovery: Lessons Learned from Previous Recessions, Guess Who’s Turning 100? Tracking a Century of American Eating. Other articles cover such topics as … China’s industrial corn processing boom, expanding demand for organic foods, peanut processing and sales following peanut-product recalls, demand for at-home fresh vegetables, SNAP benefits and eating out, food insecurity in households with children, WIC, Americans’ diet quality, climate change, reservation farms’ conservation investments, and measures of farm household well-being. The March issue also includes selected statistics on agriculture and trade, diet and health, natural resources, and rural America.

Summary: Amber Waves: The Economics of Food, Farming, Natural Resources and Rural America

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Table of Contents: Feature Articles Guess Who’s Turning 100? Tracking a Century of American Eating Access to Affordable, Nutritious Food Is Limited in “Food Deserts” Organic Dairy Sector Evolves To Meet Changing Demand Consumers’ Response to the 2006 Foodborne Illness Spinach Outbreak Linked to Spinach Economic Recovery: Lessons Learned From Previous Recessions Findings Market and Trade Farm Income Expected To Increase While Net Worth Declines in 2010 China’s Corn Surplus Persists, Despite Industrial-Processing Boom Expanding Demand for Organic Foods Brings Changes in Marketing Peanut Processing and Sales Hold Steady After Peanut-Product Birth Year Affects Demand for At-Home Fresh Vegetables Diet and Health Food Insecurity in Households With Children Increased in 2008 SNAP Benefits and Eating Out: Wise Choices Required Americans Are More Realistic About the Quality of Their Diets Most Infant Formula Purchased Through WIC Resources and Environment Mitigating Climate Change: Opportunities for Farmers Fewer Farms on Reservations Join Conservation Program, But Make Larger Conservation Investments Statistics Data Feature Measures of Farm Household Well-Being 'Tell Different Stories Indicators Indicators March-10 Research Areas On the Map In the Long Run


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