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Food Value Chains: Creating Shared Value to Enhance Marketing Success

Date Published: July 2014

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This document is designed to provide guidance on how food value chains are initiated and structured, how they function, and the benefits they provide to participants, with the intent of encouraging their adoption where the opportunities for successful collaboration exist among organizations with compatible principles and complementary areas of expertise.

Keywords: case study; economic development; guide; economic development; food systems; implementation; infrastructure; marketing; performance measures; public engagement; rural areas; small towns and tribes; water; value chains; branding

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