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Amber Waves : Will Americans Eat More Whole Grains: Issue June 2005

By Usda- Economic Research Service

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Title: Amber Waves : Will Americans Eat More Whole Grains: Issue June 2005  
Author: Usda- Economic Research Service
Volume: 5-Jun
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 June 2005 issue include…Will 2005 Be the Year of the Whole Grain?, North America Moves Toward One Market, Obesity Policy and the Law of Unintended Consequences, and Why Hasn’t Crop Insurance Eliminated Disaster Assistance?. Other articles cover such topics as…preferential trade, China agricultural policy, fruit and vegetable trade, food product introductions, food stamp participation, biotech patent ownership, agricultural productivity, farm structure, retirement destination counties, low education counties, and agricultural history. 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: Up Front New ""growing"" pains? Feature Articles Will 2005 Be the Year of the Whole Grains? Why Hasn't Crop Insurance Eliminated Disaster Assistance? Obesity Policy and the Law of Unintended Consequences North America Moves Toward One Market Findings Markets and Trade U.S. Fruit and Vegetable Imports Outpace Exports Future of Preferential Trade Programs Concerns Developing Countries China’s New Farm Policies Have Modest Impact Diet and Health Companies Continue To Offer New Foods Targeted to Children After Leaving Welfare Food Stamps or Not! Resources and Environment Ag Productivity Drives Output Growth Production Shifting to Very Large Family Farms Ag Biotech Patents on the Move Rural America Rural America as a Retirement Destination Most Low Education Counties Are in the Nonmetro South Gleanings Current Activities ERS Research on Biotech Crops Informs Policies Abroad Diverse Labor Force Attracts New Food Processing Plants Recent Meetings Rapid Spread of Supermarkets Changing the Pacific Rim Food System Policy and Competition in a Changing Global Food Industry New Releases Many Forces Reshaping Global Textile and Cotton Markets A Redesigned Data Portal Rural America’s Children North American Agricultural Policies Compared China’s Agricultural Imports Rising Agricultural Trade and the Environment Commuting Codes Updated Commodity Markets and Trade Data Feature Milestones in U.S. Farming and Farm Policy Indicators Population Interaction Zones for Agriculture Average farm size grows most rapidly in Mountain States Farm population as a share of total U.S. population Profiles HELIOS Awards -- 2005


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